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Judge demands release president AI-Turkey

ISTANBUL – A Turkish court has the release ordered by the chairman of Amnesty International (AI) in Turkey, Taner Kilic. Kilic has been more than a year in custody in the Western Turkish city of Izmir.

Against Kilic and ten other human rights defenders walk cases because of involvement with terrorism. Kilic is the only one of these defendants who are imprisoned. The trial against the human rights activists for “membership of or support to an armed terrorist organization” november 7, furthermore.

The government and the judiciary have under the leadership of Erdogan is a witch-hunt opened on a movement that Erdogan responsible for a bloody coup attempt in 2016. The philosophically minded cult-like movement of Fethullah Gülen is in Turkey as a terrorist labeled. Numerous people are fired or arrested, because they may be something with the movement of the in the USA living Gülen to do would have had.

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