Memo warned of Sri Lanka attack days before Easter Sunday massacre



Media reports yet to indicate the sources responsible for the bloody Easter Sunday carnage . But intrigue over a memo is taking center stage just as the government forced the nation of 21 people off of social media by force ..

We only know this for sure: eight explosions that forced the country of 21 million people to go on lockdown are “certainly acts of terror,” said Manisha Gunasekera, high commissioner of Sri Lanka to the UK.
Enter this:
An intelligence memo warning of a possible attack had circulated 10 days earlier, raising questions about whether more preventative measures could have been taken.
“Serious action need to be taken as to why this warning was ignored,” Sri Lanka’s Minister of Telecommunications, Harin Fernando, tweeted along with a photo of the memo. The document, titled “Information of an alleged plan attack,” is dated April 11 and signed by the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Priyalal Dissanayake
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