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Wednesday 15 June 2010
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பிணத்தை தின்னும் காட்டு மிராண்டி கூட்டங்களா..சிங்கள நாய்களே...இன்னும் என்ன __க்கு புத்தர் சிலையை வைத்துள்ளீர்கள் அங்கங்கே? 
இலங்கை கொலைக்களம்-தமிழில்
உங்கள் படைகள் சூழ்ந்து கொண்டுள்ள போதும்,எங்கள் மாவீரர்கள் நிராயுதபாணியாய் உங்களிடம் அகப்பட்டுக் கொண்ட போதும்,எங்கள் வீரர்களை கைகளை பின்னே கட்டி,கண்ணை கட்டி முதுகிலே தான் உங்களால் சுட முடிகின்றது..கோழைகளே...உங்களுக்கு எல்லாம் எதற்கடா உடுப்பு பேடிகளே...


தன் கண் முன்னே தன் தாய் மரணிக்கின்ற தருவாயில் கூட கட்டி அணைத்து அழ இயலாமல், குண்டு மழைக்கு நடுவில் தூரத்தில் இருந்து 'அம்மா'..'அம்மா' என கதறும் அந்த தமிழச்சியின் கதறல்.....'என் மகனை காப்பாற்ற இயலவில்லை..நான் எல்லாம் என்ன அப்பா' என்று வெதும்பும் அந்த தந்தை...

நாட்களை எண்ணிக்கொள்...உங்களை திருப்பி அடி..அழிப்போம்...!!!

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Footage of alleged war crimes in Sri Lanka, with its echoes of Srebrenica, means the international community is more likely to act, a top lawyer tells Channel 4 News. But is prosecution possible?
Sri Lanka: war crimes allegations
Documenting the final weeks of the bloody civil warwhen an estimated 40,000 people died, the Channel 4 documentary Sri Lanka's Killing Fields reveals shocking new evidence of serious war crimes.
The film includes footage of government soldiers executing bound prisoners; the dead bodies of naked, abused women dumped in a truck; and the bombing of civilian hospitals.
The barbaric images were captured on mobile phones, many apparently by government soldiers filming grim trophy videos.
The faces of a number of the soldiers can be seen while conversations are heard as the killings are discussed.
In one video, a soldier admits he would like to mutilate the corpse of a dead naked woman "if no one was around".
Calls for investigation 
While pressure builds on the international community to answer calls for an investigation, a top international lawyer has told Channel 4 News the use of new technologies has created a sea change in the reporting of serious crimes.
Sri Lanka: war crimes allegations
Mobile phone footage, pictures and testimony distributed online has seen information become instantly accessible to a global audience.
"There has never been a greater awareness of these types of crimes than right now, and it is because of the use of social media," Mark Ellis, chief executive of the International Bar Association, told Channel 4 News.
"It is much more difficult for the international community to stay silent when facing this onslaught of evidence shown by the social media process - it increases the likelihood that the international community must act."
Pakistan video emerges 
In recent weeks amateur footage from Syria has captured apparent abuses by the security forces in an increasingly brutal crackdown on protesters.
It followed similar footage which emerged from EgyptLibya and other countries in the Arab Spring.
In Pakistan, a video has reportedly been posted online showing a man in military fatigues physically assaulting four blindfolded men.
The authorities have said they are looking into the footage, which is part of a "dedicated campaign" to discredit the Pakistan security forces.
Although the video has not been independently verified, it is not the first video to have been posted online depicting allegations of abuses in Pakistan.
Echoes of Serbia
Footage of alleged crimes in Sri Lanka carries echoes of the filming in 1995 of the Srebrenica massacre, in which up to 8,000 Muslim men and boys were shot dead by a paramilitary group.
During the Bosnian war the Scorpion paramilitary group videotaped the massacre, and can be seen laughing, smoking and taunting their captives before shooting them in the back.
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