CID returns with Namal Kumara’s deleted voice recordings


The CID today informed the Fort Magistrate that experts from Hong Kong were able to recover several voice recordings which were deleted from the phone of the Operations Director of the Anti-Corruption Force Namal Kumara.

Police Spokesman SP Ruwan Gunasekera said the three-member team from the CID and Government Analyst Department who left for Hong Kong had returned on December 14.

Two officers, an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) and a Chief Inspector of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) together with an official from the Government Analyst Department left for Hong Kong on December 8 with Namal Kumara’s phone.

SP Gunasekera said the CID officials had submitted a report and a pen drive comprising of the deleted voice recordings to the Fort Magistrate.

Earlier, the Fort Magistrate granted permission to send Namal Kumara’s mobile phone to Hong-Kong to recover the telephone conversations.


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