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Barış Pehlivan wrote: The state-appointed “spy” in Ankara

Our newspaper’s writer, Barış Pehlivan, in his article titled “The state-appointed spy” in Ankara, mentioned that the prosecutor Murat İnam, who carried out a FETÖ operation against the former directors and writers of our newspaper, was promoted to member of the Ankara Regional Court of Justice by the HSK.

Pehlivan, who revealed that Prosecutor Murat İnam, who carried out a FETO operation against former directors and writers of our newspaper, was on trial for being a member of FETO at the time, “What was the outcome of the trial against incumbent prosecutor Murat Inam” she asked.

“IT WILL BE DECISION-MAKING IN CASES OF SPECIATION”

“Inam was the defendant in the case regarding the FETO conspiracy in the Selam Tevhid investigation. He was asked to be sentenced to an aggravated life sentence on 10 different counts, a life and an additional 67 years and 3 months in prison According to the filing, Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ’s phones were also illegally tapped and recorded. Pehlivan said:

“A prosecutor who is still on trial for ‘espionage’ has incidentally been promoted to a higher court in Ankara as a judge. Murat İnam, who is still on trial for ‘espionage’, may be the decision maker on the matter. ‘”espionage”. ‘ cases. will judge.”

Pehlivan wrote:

“It was six years ago. I revealed that prosecutor Murat İnam, who carried out a FETÖ operation against the former directors and writers of our newspaper, was on trial for being a member of FETO at the time. After the news, Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ said, “I wish such an assignment had not been made, I see it as a misfortune”.

The years have passed. Bekir Bozdag was removed from the Ministry of Justice. Prosecutor Murat İnam was assigned to Malatya. Again, the years have passed. Bekir Bozdag again became Minister of Justice. Prosecutor Murat İnam was promoted to the Ankara Regional Court of Justice by the HSK, led by Bozdağ. Did someone say “unhappy”?

For…

The key question was: what was the outcome of the trial against incumbent prosecutor Murat Inam?

Let me remind you: İnam was the accused in the FETÖ conspiracy case in the Selam Tevhid investigation. He was asked to be sentenced to an aggravated life sentence, a life sentence and an additional 67 years and 3 months in prison on 10 separate counts. According to the file, Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ’s phones were also illegally tapped and recorded.

DEFENDANT SPECIATION WILL CONDUCT INSPECTIONS

Not that…

The letter from the Anti-Terrorism Department of the General Directorate of Security, stating that there are traces and clues of Murat İnam’s connection with FETO, was not considered sufficient for his sentencing. Inam’s request for technical follow-up from FETO for setting up a plot was also ignored. Likewise, the fact that those keeping him as a prosecutor were members of the Fethullahist HSK was not taken into account. In any case, the employment of his brother in the organizations of the organization was contrary to the “principle of the personality of the crime”. And finally, last year, the 16th Criminal Division of the Supreme Court of Appeal acquitted Murat İnam of certain charges, including membership in FETÖ.

I say “some” because the Supreme Court separated two counts: “political and military espionage” and “disclosure of state documents which should be kept secret”.

The Supreme Court said in a nutshell, “I will continue to prosecute Prosecutor Murat İnam on these two counts.”

That’s what happened. The last hearing before the 3rd Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court was held on May 11. But Murat İnam did not participate. A month has passed. While İnam was a prosecutor in Malatya, he became an appeals court judge in Ankara.

In other words, a prosecutor still on trial for “espionage” has also been promoted to judge at a higher court in Ankara.

In other words, Murat İnam, who is still on trial for “espionage”, may be the decision maker in the “espionage” cases.

In other words, according to the indictment, “the spy” will probably try the “spies” according to the indictment.

Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said of those who criticized the Gezi trial decision: “When he makes a decision in line with expectations, it is incompatible with the rule of law to say, ‘There are judges and courts in Ankara”.

Well, in this Gezi trial it was said that Osman Kavala was not a spy after being imprisoned for “espionage” for two years. Inam, on the other hand, was not detained. It’s true, there are spies, there are spies!

The more deficits you have, the more manageable you become. So Bozdağ is right, there is such a judge in Ankara now that it is incompatible with the rule of law!

And a reminder from me: the new judge Murat İnam has an “espionage” case at the Supreme Court on September 28, it’s a 15-minute drive from his new place of work, I guess he will s ‘stop now.”

Source: Cumhuriyet

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