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Preliminary post-mortem of Dinesh Schaffter completed

COLOMBO (News 1st); Judicial Medical Officer at the Karapitiya Teaching Hospital Rohan T.

Ruwanpura said that the preliminary post-mortem examination of businessman Dinesh Schaffter was completed.The Judicial Medical Officer told News 1st that further examinations on the body are underway.He added that it would take over two months to issue a final report of the post-mortem.He said that the report of the preliminary post-mortem examination will be handed over to the Police.The body of Dinesh Schaffter was exhumed under judicial supervision on Thursday (25) based on the request made to the court by the Committee of Medical Experts appointed to investigate the death of the late businessman.

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Dinesh Schaffter - Schaffter Death: Court orders to preserve samples - newsfirst.lk
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Schaffter Death: Court orders to preserve samples
COLOMBO (News 1st); Colombo Additional Magistrate Rajindra Jayasuriya ordered the Colombo Chief Judicial Medical Officers, and the Government Analyst to preserve the bio-samples of the late Dinesh Schaffter, who died under mysterious circumstances.President's Counsel Anuja Premaratne appearing for the aggrieved party informed the court that the samples would be necessary if another post-mortem is to be carried out over the death of the Colombo-based businessman.Based on this submission, the Colombo Additional Magistrate ordered the Chief Judicial Medical Officer of the Colombo General Hospital, and the Director of the Colombo National Hospital to provide a comprehensive report to the court detailing all medical treatment provided to Dinesh Schaffter after he was admitted to the hospital on the 15th of December 2022.In addition, the Colombo Additional Magistrate ordered the Colombo Chief Judicial Medical Officer and the Officer in Charge of the Crimes Laboratory to provide all photographs and videos obtained before and after the postmortem examination, as well as those taken when performing the post-mortem.Dinesh Schaffter was found dead inside his car at the Borella Public Cemetery on the 15th of December 2022.The Criminal Investigations Department informed the court that in addition to Dinesh Schaffter's biosamples, other samples were found on the zip-ties used to his hands, the wire used to strangle him, and the bottle discovered inside his. 
Nihal Thalduwa - Dinesh Schaffter - Brian Thomas - Police record statements from over 10 people over Schaffter murder - newsfirst.lk - Sri Lanka
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Police record statements from over 10 people over Schaffter murder
Colombo (News 1st): Police say statements were recorded from over 10 people regarding the murder of respected Colombo-based businessman Dinesh Schaffter.Police said continuous investigations will be carried out over the incident, with four Police teams deployed.Schaffter was found strangled in his car at the Borella Public Cemetery on Thursday (15) afternoon.He died on Thursday (15) night after being admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of the National Hospital.Dinesh Schaffter was 51-years-old at the time of his passing.Dinesh Schaffter had left his residence on Thursday (15) afternoon and had told his family that he was heading to Borella to meet Former Cricket commentator Brian Thomas.Police Spokesperson & Attorney SSP Nihal Thalduwa told News 1st that a complaint was filed with the Police earlier stating that the former cricket commentator had taken Rs.1.4 billion from the businessman, and had not returned the money.Sri Lanka Police recorded a statement from Thomas, as Dinesh Schaffter had told his wife that he was going to meet Thomas.Accordingly, Colombo Additional Magistrate Harshana Kekunawela on Friday (16) imposed an overseas travel ban on Thomas over the murder of Dinesh Schaffter.It was reported that Thomas is in possession of two passports, and the overseas travel ban was imposed for both these passports by the court.Court also granted permission for the Borella Police to obtain a telecommunication analysis report on the mobile device used by the late Dinesh Schaffter, from telecommunication service providers.
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Schaffter Murder: Travel Ban on Brian Thomas
COLOMBO (News 1st) – Colombo Additional Magistrate Harshana Kekunawela on Friday (16) imposed an overseas travel ban on Former Cricket commentator Brian Thomas over the murder of Colombo-based businessman Dinesh Schaffter.It was reported that Former Cricket commentator Brian Thomas is in possession of two passports, and the overseas travel ban was imposed for both these passports by the court.The Borella Police making submissions to the court requested for an order to be made on telecommunication service providers to provide a telecommunication analysis report on the mobile device used by the late Dinesh Schaffter.Court granted permission to obtain the record from the service providers.Police Investigation: Four police teams are investigating the murder of Dinesh Schaffter, a Colombo-based businessman who was a Managing Director of a leading financial institution in the country, and a Director of a leading Insurance Company in Sri Lanka.Schaffter was found bound and choked inside his car on Thursday (15) afternoon at the Public Cemetery in Borella.He was admitted to the Colombo National Hospital but succumbed to his injuries while being treated in the ICU.What Happened To Dinesh Schaffter?Businessman Dinesh Schaffter had left his residence on Thursday (15) afternoon and had told his wife that he was heading to Borella.Sri Lanka Police said that Dinesh Schaffter had told his family that he was going to meet Former Cricket commentator Brian Thomas.Police said that Dinesh Schaffter had left home at around 2 PM, and that multiple calls made by his wife had gone unanswered.After using an App and tracing the phone to the Public Cemetery in Borella, the wife of the late Dinesh Schaffter had called his work place and informed of
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