Dias didn't talk to the accuser, he told The Associated Press, nor did he interview medical staff who examined her.
But he did clear his soldier, who remained in the Sri Lankan military.
They are known as call girls as their services can be procured through a telephone call in some instances.
They are also known as twilight women as they appear during twilight hours on the streets.
The general sat on a plastic lawn chair in the garden of his mother's home, the scent of tropical blooms filling the air as he talked about the alleged rape and sodomy of a Haitian teenager by a Sri Lankan peacekeeper. He may not have been the best choice for that job Dias had been accused of atrocities in his own country's vicious civil war.
Jagath Dias, who was dispatched to Haiti to investigate the 2013 case.
It is an unequivocal fact that prostitution in Sri Lanka is functionally interconnected with the spread of HIV Aids.It wasn't the first time that Sri Lankan soldiers were accused of sexual abuse: In 2007, a group of Haitian children identified 134 Sri Lankan peacekeepers in a child sex ring that went on for three years, the AP reported in April.In that case, the Sri Lankan military repatriated 114 of the peacekeepers, but none was ever jailed.Among the ruins you'll see the sacred old Bo Tree, a spiritual reminder of the beginnings of Buddhism in Sri Lanka and the inspiration for Anuradhapura's great buildings.The ruins themselves are spread over quite an area, some in woodland settings and others appearing park-like with columns and ponds dotted about.