Quote: Consequent to the Weliweriya incident, the Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Daya Ratnayake had appointed a 5 man Court of Inquiry
Judge Louis Sturns concluded his court of inquiry
by charging Anderson, who is now a state district judge, with tampering with government records (a misdemeanor), tampering with physical evidence (a felony) and failing to comply with a judge's order to turn over such evidence, for which he could be held in "contempt of court.
The next sitting of the Court of Inquiry
will begin in Delhi on September 6.
Waddle received an administrative punishment over the collision, based on a recommendation by three admirals who sat on the bench of the Navy Court of Inquiry
Dissatisfied with the result of the Navy Court of Inquiry
, the relatives of the eight Japanese aboard the Ehime Maru, two dead and six survivors, had considered appointing a separate group of lawyers.
An Indian court of inquiry
into the 17 July 2000 crash of an Alliance Air Boeing 737-200 aircraft at Patna airport has blamed human error for the accident.
THE Army is to hold a court of inquiry
into the death of an Irish soldier on a private parachuting course in the Netherlands.
Some in Congress criticized President McKinley for waiting for a special court of inquiry
to determine the cause of the blast.
SPEEDWAY chiefs are to hold a court of inquiry
into the mass brawl during Glasgow Tigers' Premier League clash with Newport last Sunday.
battleship Maine in Havana harbor with the loss of two hundred sixty lives; although a naval court of inquiry
could not discover who was to blame for the disaster, it was popularly attributed to Spanish agents.
The doctor is wanted to the judiciary by a court of inquiry
in Zummar under a warrant of arrest under the provisions of Article 4 terrorism.
At that time, the complaint was hushed up but the issue reignited when Lt Gen Cherish Mathson took over as the 21 Corps Commander in Bhopal and ordered a Court of Inquiry
to probe the charges.