LTTE terrorises anti-LTTE radio in London
UNITED KINGDOM: According to Tamil sources in North London, LTTE
thugs in London have broken into the premises of the anti-LTTE radio
station, the Tamil Broadcasting Corporation (TBC) and vandalized it in
the early hours of Saturday morning.
It seems a deliberate attempt to sabotage the heroes' day message by
Col. Karuna, the leader of the TMVP, a breakaway group of the proscribed
terrorist organisation, the LTTE.
The TBC were planning to broadcast it eclipsing the hero's day speech
of Prabakaran, the leader of the LTTE who is wanted by Interpol.
TBC radio is broadcast in Sri Lanka via a local radio network and the
LTTE seems to be trying to prevent Sri Lankan Tamils from listening to
the thoughts of Karuna Amman, perhaps the most formidable commander of
Despite the Vanni LTTE mobilizing special leopard forces against the
Eastern military formations of Karuna Amman, the LTTE has been all but
driven out of the East with almost all their key military commanders
having fled the East and sought refuge in the Vanni.
The LTTE, which claims to be the sole representatives of the Tamils,
seems to be pursuing a strategy to become the sole radio broadcaster of
the Tamils as well, intimidating radio stations which are not aligned to
the terrorist organization into silence.
How the British government and law enforcement authorities would deal
with this latest development is uncertain.
On last 17th, Nadarajah Sethurupan alias Dirty Sethu, Anushriskumar
Thamotherampillai alias Rowdy Rajan and Kandiah Udayasekaran appeared
before the Harrow Crown Court Magistrate's Court to stand accused of
causing disturbance in front of the TBC and over threatening behavior
towards four persons attached to the radio station on 8 June 2006.
After considering the submissions made by the Defendant's legal
representatives, it was decided that the case will be adjourned to 29th
and 30th March 2007. The Court also set 10 January 2007 for a case
management hearing for both parties to agree procedures during full