Anadolu: 27 rebel Turkish officers delivered to Ankara for trial
Akin Ozturk and his aides are the ones suspected in organizing military coup attempt
On July 18, former Chief of Turkish Air Forces Akin Ozturk and another 26 top-rank officers have been brought to the Court Palace in the Turkish capital (Anadolu). The police have finished with questioning the suspects, who were detained under the respective decision of the Prosecutor’s office in Ankara.
The accused officers were brought in under increased security.
Previously, the Turkish army HQ officially reported that the attempt of the military coup in Turkey failed. Erdogan’s supporters are happy with such victory; that joy, however, is marred by the casualties that took place, as 290 were killed and another 1,400 suffered injuries during the firefights between the rebels and the government troops.
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