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Cihan: Похитителите на турския прокурор заплашиха живота му и дадоха срок до 15:36 часа    
По света Истанбул. Крайнолявата марксистка група „Революционен фронт за освобождение на народа“ е дала време до 15:36 часа за изпълнение на исканията й. Ако изискванията й не бъдат изпълнени дотогава, групировката заплаши да „накаже със смърт“ прокурора, когото държи като заложник, предаде агенция Cihan.

Похитителите поискаха от полицаите, които са убили Беркин Елван, да си признаят публично. Взетият като заложник прокурор разследва обстоятелствата, при които полицаи раниха Елван през 2013 година. В резултат на получените рани момчето почина след почти 300 дни в кома.
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Истанбул. В Истанбул въоръжени нападатели са взели за заложник прокурор, който разследва смъртта на младеж, който бе ранен от полицаи по време на антиправителствените протести през 2013 година, предаде AFP.
Прокурорът е нападнат в една от залите на истанбулската съдебна палата в квартал „Чаглаян“.
От палатата са били чути изстрели.
Според турски медии отвличането е организирано от крайнолява група.
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Prosecutor in case into killing of Gezi's youngest victim taken hostage in Istanbul courthouse

ISTANBUL


A photo has been released on social media showing someone pointing a gun at the head of Kiraz

A photo has been released on social media showing someone pointing a gun at the head of Kiraz

Suspected members of the outlawed Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C) have taken prosecutor Mehmet Selim Kiraz hostage at Istanbul courthouse in connection to the case into the killing of Gezi victim Berkin Elvan.

Gunshots have been heard at the building.

A photo has been released on social media showing someone pointing a gun at the head of Kiraz against the backdrop of a flag of the organization.

According to a statement carried on halkinsesi.tv, a site that is close to the DHKP-C, the perpetrators have given authorities until 3:36 p.m. to meet the demands of the group.

The demands include a live confession by the police officers suspected of killing Elvan, the prosecution of the officers responsible in a “people’s court,” the acquittal of all people being tried for participation in solidarity rallies for Elvan, as well as other requests.

Speaking to Hürriyet, Deputy Chief Prosecutor Vedat Yiğit said negotiations between the group and the police "continue via a mediator that they picked."


Police have cordoned off the sixth floor of the courthouse where Kiraz's room is located.

Special teams have been dispatched to the scene, while it remains unknown how the assailants entered the building with a gun.


Elvan died on March 11, 2014, 269 days after he was sent into a coma when he was struck by a tear-gas canister during the Gezi protests.

Kiraz was appointed as the prosecutor of the controversial case six months ago.

Hürriyet correspondent Dinçer Gökçe called the mobile phone number of Kiraz as the hostage situation continued. "The prosecutor is not available right now," a man said on the phone without revealing his identity. He hung up as another person apparently near him shouted "police."

Hüseyin Aygün, a deputy from Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), told in a series of tweets that he had called Berkin Elvan's father, Sami Elvan, who demanded the release of the prosecutor. "My son died, but another person should not die," he quoted the father as saying.

Niyazi Mavi, a lawyer, told CNNTürk that the courthouse "continued working as usual" on the other floors as the hostage crisis unfolds at 2.23 p.m. Less than one hour later, television channels reported that security forces evacuated the building to "prepare to launch an operation to end the crisis."

The Turkish government inaugurated the gigantic complex in 2011 as "the largest courthouse in Europe."

When the perpetrators stormed the prosecutor's room, several Turkish provinces, including Istanbul, were suffering from the worst power blackout in 15 years.

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, who had convened related ministers over the blackout, added other ministers to the meeting to discuss the hostage situation, too.

March/31/2015


 


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