Sunday, May 31, 2009

Foreign help sought to track down LTTE Leaders contacts

Hilary Rajakarunanayake, Editor – Sri Lanka, Asian Tribune

Colombo, 30 May, (Asiantribune.com): The Army Intelligence Unit has sought the help of Pakistan and other countries to trace persons who communicated with LTTE leaders through their satellite phones which have been recovered in Mullaitivu by the Army.

Although several LTTE connected persons living abroad said that they have no reason to fear because there are no SIM cards in satellite phones, the Pakistani ISI Intelligence Service has taped all satellite phone conversations, it is reliably learnt. The satellite phones of the LTTE leaders have been activated through a network in Malaysia. Full text

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