Warning of attack was not referred to Sri Lankan PM

At a press conference on Monday, a government spokesperson tried to offset some of the unclarity surrounding the terrorist killing of more than 290 in Sri Lanka’s hotels and churches by claiming that not all the terrorists were Sri Lankans and speaking of “an international network without which the attack would not have been possible.” He admitted that the tip-off for the coming outrage was received on April 4 and referred five days later in a written message to the national intelligence commander, with many names of the responsible terrorist organization’s members. The prime minister was admittedly not updated.

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One thought on “Warning of attack was not referred to Sri Lankan PM

  • Apr 22, 2019 @ 14:04 at 14:04

    In addition the actual bombers and their network, that is the True Crime, ignoring the warnings.
    People need to be fired there, held accountable.


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