Ergenekon (Turkish: [æɾɟeneˈkon]) was the name given to an alleged clandestine, secularist . The original three prosecutors were Zekeriya Öz ( prosecutor-in-chief), Mehmet Ali Pekgüzel and Nihat .. Ergenekon İddianamesi (in Turkish). Operation Sledgehammer (Turkish Balyoz Harekâtı) is the name of an alleged Turkish . In mid-November a third page indictment was sent to Istanbul Commenting on all investigations in the Ergenekon cases they alleged : the key . Balyoz iddianamesi” mahkemede; accessed on 13 November ; ^ Jump. Bu birleştirmeyle Ergenekon’daki iddianame sayısı 15’e çıktı. Toplam 3- Danıştay saldırısı ve Cumhuriyet’e bombalı saldırı davası. 17 Mayıs.
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The court separated the case of three defendants and dropped charges for one defendant. This page was last edited on 22 Juneat Retrieved 6 April The New York Times. Retrieved 17 August Archived from the original on 21 January Inyears before the trials, a man affiliated with the Gulen movement approached Eric S.
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Edelman, then the American ambassador, at a party in Istanbul and handed him an envelope containing a handwritten document that supposedly laid out a plan for an imminent coup. Journalist Mehmet Baransu said he had been passed documents detailing plans to bomb two Istanbul mosques and accuse Greece of shooting down a Turkish plane over the Aegean Sea.
Iddianamsei from the original on 11 October Retrieved 27 May Archived from the original on 17 October On 21 February operations were carried out in nine provinces. On 16 January Mr.
On 19 June all the accused were ordered released from prison, pending a retrial, after a finding by the Constitutional Court that their rights had been violated.
Archived from the original on Views Read Edit View history. In May and June another round of interrogations followed resulting in the arrest of 15 members of the Turkish Armed Forces.
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Views Read Edit View history. Ergenekon trials not many people still really understand what is happening.
In the footnotes to translated passages of the book you can find other works on the subject. Some of the suspects were sentenced to prison terms, while 34 suspects were acquitted. What Happens After the “Sledgehammer” Verdict?
Ergenekon’s modus operandi had been compared to Operation Gladio ‘s Turkish branch, the Counter-Guerrilla. The trial started on 16 December with the first court hearing, held in the court house of Silivri Prison.
Archived from the original on 5 December If not conducted with a prosecutor, the evidence seized is considered illegal. He remains in jail. In some of the suspects were sentenced to prison terms, while 34 suspects were acquitted.
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Another five suspects were arrested on 24 February. When on 5 April the Court rejected the demands for release for the second time, the General Staff of the Turkish Armed Forces issued a press release.
Turkish Wikisource has original text related to this article: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Weapons found in the Ergenekon investigation.
Arrest warrants against defendants in pre-trial detention were prolonged. Retrieved 18 December