Pics of Prabhakaran's son hours before death

A British channel has come out with a documentary featuring the pictures of the alleged cold-blooded killing of LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran's 12-year-old son, which was dismissed by Sri Lanka as 'lies, half truths and numerous forms of speculation'. Seen in this photo: Balachandran Prabakaran sitting in a bunker, alive and unharmed in the custody of Sri Lankan troops. (Photo credit: www.nofirezone.org / Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka)
A British channel has come out with a documentary featuring the pictures of the alleged cold-blooded killing of LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran's 12-year-old son, which was dismissed by Sri Lanka as 'lies, half truths and numerous forms of speculation'. Seen in this photo: Balachandran Prabakaran sitting in a bunker, alive and unharmed in the custody of Sri Lankan troops. (Photo credit: www.nofirezone.org / Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka)
This picture which was taken a few hours later shows Balachandran Prabakaran's body lying on the ground, his chest pierced by bullets. (Photo credit: www.nofirezone.org / Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka)
This picture which was taken a few hours later shows Balachandran Prabakaran's body lying on the ground, his chest pierced by bullets. (Photo credit: www.nofirezone.org / Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka)
Commenting on the pictures, military spokesman Brigadier Ruwan Wanigasooriya said, "This is not the first time such unsubstantiated allegations are leveled against the Sri Lankan forces. Interestingly, these come up as we near UNHRC meeting and die down thereafter. No substantive evidence have been presented for us to launch an investigation." (Photo credit: www.nofirezone.org / Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka)
Commenting on the pictures, military spokesman Brigadier Ruwan Wanigasooriya said, "This is not the first time such unsubstantiated allegations are leveled against the Sri Lankan forces. Interestingly, these come up as we near UNHRC meeting and die down thereafter. No substantive evidence have been presented for us to launch an investigation." (Photo credit: www.nofirezone.org / Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka)

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