Money laundering case against Wele Suda, relatives fixed for trial

A Money Laundering case filed against three accused including controversial drug dealer Gampola Vidanage Samantha Kumara alias Wele Suda and his wife was yesterday fixed for trial by the Colombo High Court.

The case was fixed for trial on December 14 by High Court Judge Sampath Wijeratne. The Attorney General had filed indictments against the three accused for laundering of black money to the tune of Rs. 190 million in 2006 under 57 charges comes under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.

On a previous occasion, the Colombo High Court had rejected preliminary objections raised on behalf of the three accused over this indictment filed against them by the Attorney General under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.

Convicted drug dealer Wele Suda who was sentenced to death by the Colombo High Court, was produced before Court through the prison authorities.

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