Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka's Missing: NEW_NORTHMISSING_ASJ_40

Lelladevi Anadanadarajah holds a photo of son, Anuraj  Anadanadarajah in Kilinochchi, Sri Lanka. Lelladevi Anadanadarajahs son, Anuraj  Anadanadarajah, has been missing since May 15, 2009. He was passing a police checkpoint on the road and was taken into custody, and she has not heard from him since. Anuraj's wife was 7 months pregnant at the time with their second child. Lelladevi has filed complaints with several agencies and met the Sri Lankan president, but hasn't heard news. {quote}We want justice for our kids. There are still so many in detention camps. They're using them as slaves, they're working them and torturing them to death. This is my fear. Only the international community can help us now. There are kids who were so small when their parents were taken, they're growing up now without their moms or dads and they may want to take revenge and join these groups. They have to release these people or give us the truth. They have to give us justice.{quote} 

Lelladevi Anadanadarajah holds a photo of son, Anuraj  Anadanadarajah in Kilinochchi, Sri Lanka. Lelladevi Anadanadarajahs son, Anuraj  Anadanadarajah, has been missing since May 15, 2009. He was passing a police checkpoint on the road and was taken into custody, and she has not heard from him since. Anuraj's wife was 7 months pregnant at the time with their second child. Lelladevi has filed complaints with several agencies and met the Sri Lankan president, but hasn't heard news. "We want justice for our kids. There are still so many in detention camps. They're using them as slaves, they're working them and torturing them to death. This is my fear. Only the international community can help us now. There are kids who were so small when their parents were taken, they're growing up now without their moms or dads and they may want to take revenge and join these groups. They have to release these people or give us the truth. They have to give us justice."