Yarkadaş: “In October, 12 journalists were taken into custody, 4 journalists were arrested and 11 journalists received prison sentences.
CHP Istanbul deputy Barış Yarkadaş said, “’AKP ruled and arrested journalists with criminal laws issued by FETÖ.
Rights violations experienced by journalists did not come to an end in October. Reported on the media violations of the rights of the CHP journalist-based lawmaker Barış Yarkadaş, “This month’s report on the vehicle in Malta, the explosion of the bomb blast killed journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia” I note deducted.
“AKP IS A RING ON THIS CHAIN’’
Yarkadaş stated that journalists are under heavy pressure all over the world, “One of the chains of this chain is the AKP government . AKP has increased the pressure on the journalists, democracy is making the statement”.
Yarkadaş, who noted that the 94th anniversary of the founding of the Republic was celebrated, said that “a picture of 182 journalists in prison is not worthy of our republic, AKP journalists, arresting writers and intellectuals, causing repression and democracy.
Yarkadas, who also made a call for participation in Cumhuriyet and Özgür Gündem Newspaper cases to be seen on Tuesday, said, “Turkey has been transformed into a journalist’s prison, which is the AKP’s partner with FETÖ.
Yarkadaş continued his words as follows:
Journalists are easily arrested on charges of ‘being a member of the organization’ because of the criminal laws that the AKP, which FETÖ has changed, are also supported by a big appetite, is left in a country, illegal organization, even a legal association The police and the judiciary are putting the activities of the following journalists in the scope of “working on behalf of an illegal organization” to communicate legal meetings.
We experienced this last example five days ago at ETHA. A reporter has arrested an alleged member of an illegal organization, although he has evidence that he was photographed in a legal event. Unfortunately; it is not even necessary to provide convincing evidence that such investigations and reports show that journalists are ‘members of an illegal organization’. The evidence that is in favor of the suspect is not put in the file, even though it is a legal obligation. “
“FOUR SEASONING PRISONERS”
Yarkadaş reminded the employees of Cumhuriyet Newspaper with similar accusations that they were “full 365 days, four seasons prisoners”, “Cumhuriyet employees are paying the price of running after the truth and being with the people, and this price will return our democracy which AKP has taken care of intensely” .
Yarkadaş reminded the employees of Cumhuriyet Newspaper with similar accusations that they were “full 365 days, four seasons prisoner”, “Cumhuriyet employees are paying the price to go after the truth and to be with the people, and this price will return our democracy which AKP has taken care of intensely” .
Yarkadaş pointed out that newspaper employees are held unjustly and illegally in the prison, said:
“The Cumhuriyet Newspaper, which is identified with our Republic and is an indefatigable advocate of secularism, is accused of supporting a radical religious terrorist organization, and our conscience does not admit it either. “
400 DAY VOLUME
Özgur Gündem Newspaper employees will also come out on Tuesday, Yarkadaş, ‘’More than 400 days in a prison sentence. This is not detention, but execution.’’
Çağlayan Courthouse journalist during the week, Yarkadaş stated that he would spend his time working on his cases. “He used the phrase” I think it needs to change if you want to understand the way of administration of an country, look at the judicial offices of that country “.
WHAT IS GÖKMEN ULU’S CRIME? “
Sözcü Newspaper Correspondent Gökmen Ulu has been held in a prison for more than five months, reminding the CHP Istanbul deputy Barış Yarkadaş, “We expect to be acquitted at the hearing on November 7. Gökmen’s detention is hurting us” expression.
“THEY DO NOT TELL THE NAMES”
Yarkadaş also explained the answer to the question posed by the Ministry of Justice, “We asked the Ministry, the number of people who were detained and their profession as a journalist, writer and publisher, and their names. We do not understand what they are hiding? ” she said.
Yarkadaş said journalists were facing various pressures during October, “12 journalists were taken into custody in October, 4 journalists were arrested and 11 journalists were sentenced in prison.” Democracy almost collapses and journalists can not breathe.
Yarkadaş shared the rights violations in October with photographs reflected by journalists’ houses made by the police. According to Yarkadaş’s report, the rights violations in October are as follows:
VICTIMS OF RIGHTS DURING OCTOBER
October 1, 2017: The Diyarbakır Open Penal Execution Agency forbade prisoners from reading the Freedomist Democracy Newspaper.
October 3, 2017: Rudaw Tv cameraman Mehmet Şakir was detained in Uygar Diyarbakır.
October 5, 2017: In Tarsus Prison, it was stated that arrested people, including Serkan Erdogan, who was an employee of Dicle Media News Agency, correspondent Erdoğan Alayumat and Democrasy Newspaper, who were closed with KHk, were beaten. Lawyer Brigadier Bek reported that the prisoners were being dragged in places.
October 5, 2017: In Alanya, the 1st Amnesty Criminal Court sentenced two police officers who were dragged from their hair and attacked with a baton.
October 10, 2017: The US-based Wall Street Journal was sentenced to 2 years and 1 month imprisonment for allegedly making a “propaganda for the organization” on an article written by correspondent Ayla Albayrak.
October 11, 2017: Journalist Erdogan Alayumat, who was stripped naked in Tarsus Prison and drifted in places, was punished with disciplinary punishment.
October 11, 2017: Kahta Sulh Criminal Court has decided to confiscate 3 books, including Fehim Taştekin’s book “Rojava / Time of the Kurds”. The decision was taken on the request of the Kahta Public Prosecutor’s Office on 2 October 2017. In Kararda, Fayal Dağlı’s book “Birakuji (Civil War Civil War)” published in Belge Publications in 1994, “Kurdish History” published in Tutku Publications of Aytekin Gezici, and Fehim Taştekin’s Communication Publications in 2016, for the “Rojava Kurds Time” books for sale.
October 11, 2017: Milliyet Muhabiri Meriç Tafolar was dismissed on the grounds of sharing in social media.
October 12, 2017: The case against the former editor-in-chief Ersin Çaksu and the editor of Harun Epli, the former editor-in-chief of the Freedomist Democracy newspaper, was heard at the Istanbul 2nd Criminal Court of First Instance. The court sentenced Çaksu and Epli to six months’ imprisonment in a lawsuit filed under the pretext of “publicly humiliating the Republic of Turkey and the military organization of the state”. Journalists are taking into consideration the good situation of Çaksu and Epli in the stance, the court reduced the sentence to 5 months. The court decided that the sentence should be postponed and decided to give 5 years supervised freedom provision to Çaksu and Epli.
October 12, 2017: Özgür Gündem Newspaper, which was closed with the Decree Law, was sentenced to 6 months’ imprisonment for allegedly “insulting the institutions and institutions of the Republic of Turkey” due to a column in the newspaper column. The sentence was turned into a fine of 3 thousand TL.
October 12, 2017: An administrative investigation was launched with the reason that 8 members of TRT İzmir Studios, Haber-Sen member 12 public laborers, liked the AKP and anti-presidency sharings in the social media. The question ‘why do you like it’ was directed at investigators.
October 13, 2017: Journalist Erdogan Alayumat, who was arrested after being arrested for “reasonable suspicion” during news follow-up in İslahiye, was beaten and beaten by guards in Tarsus Prison where he was detained. Alayumat, who was sentenced to disciplinary punishment despite being attacked, was also exiled to Bafra Prison.
October 13, 2017: Singer Ferhat Tunç was charged with imprisonment for up to five years and eight months on charges of ‘insulting the president’.
October 14, 2017: Idris Yılmaz and Erhan Akbaş, journalists in Van’s Erciş district, were detained at the Erciş State Hospital after being attacked by contractor Şahin Yağar and his relatives.
October 14, 2017: Author Hamide Yiğit is being imprisoned for 15.5 years because of the book the government has criticized Syrian politics and told the terrorist organization IŞİD. Bilal Erdogan, the son of the president, Berat Albayrak, his brother Mustafa Erdogan, the transgressor Ziya İlgen and the IHH plaintiffs.
October 14, 2017: The Hawar News Agency (ANHA) correspondent Dilişan Îbiş IŞID lost his life in the civilians attack following the Syriac Democratic Forces’ Operation Hit Storm Operation. Attack journalists Rizgar Deniz and Hogir Mihemed were also injured.
October 15, 2017: Diyarbakır Prison, with the reason that the book titled “Seher” of the HDP Co-Chairman of the HDP and former Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu’s “Civilization and City” book “may lead to scrambled and uncontrolled communication” what was not taken.
October 16, 2017: Nurettin Yildiz, Chairman of the Social Tissue Foundation, who gives birth to a child who can be married to a child aged 6, opened an insult against Mustafa Hoş, a journalist named “pedophile advocate.” In the second session of the Istanbul 17th Criminal Court of First Instance, , confronted the president of the court, attacked journalists and insulted him as “an enemy of Islam.”
October 17, 2017: The Chief Public Prosecutor of the Republic of Denizli gave a public prosecutor’s opinion on the Cumhuriyet Newspaper Web Site’s Chief Editor Oğuz Güven, who was tried for the sharing of Cumhuriyet newspaper’s official twitter account regarding the death of traffic accident. The prosecutor requested that the Trust be punished with imprisonment of 2 years 9 months, 12 years and 9 months for “making the propaganda of the terrorist organization” and “publishing the statements of the terrorist organizations”.
October 18, 2017: “President Erdogan”, who is in charge of the letter titled “Let’s say ‘no’ to live in peace, peace, freedom” published in Evrensel on January 30, 2017, Cagri Sari, a defamation “of the defendant’s decision was opened in Bakırköy 2nd Criminal Court of First Instance. Çağrı Sarı was sentenced to 11 months and 20 days imprisonment. The court decided that the punishment for Sari should be postponed and subjected to one year of inspection.
October 18, 2017: In the morning program of journalist İsmail Küçükkaya, Fatma Betül Sayan Kaya, the Minister of Family and Social Politics, has been informed about the release of ByLock on the phone of her husband, Fox TV.
The prosecutor’s office, while waiting for the program record to arrive to receive Kucukkaya’s statement, investigated the record and the court ruled on the grounds that the channel “can not be broadcast without investigation or without certainty”.
October 19, 2017: Efficient News Agency reporters Havva Cuştan and İsminaz Temel were taken into police custody for their homes.
19 October 2017: Journalist-writer Vedat Çetin was taken into custody as a result of a raid on his home in Diyarbakir.
October 20, 2017: JINNEWS and Mesopotamian Agency correspondents Sibel Yükler, Duygu Erol, Habibe Eren, Diren Yurtsever, and Selman Guzelyuz were detained in Ankara.
October 20, 2017: Journalist Tuğrul Eryılmaz, who was investigated for his involvement in the campaign of “duty guarding publication”, launched to support the Özgür Gündem Newspaper, which was closed with the KCC, was sentenced to one year and three months imprisonment and six thousand pounds in forensic punishment. Punishment is delayed.
October 20, 2017: Haber Sen executive and TRT Chief Executive Binali Erdogan arrested on charges of insulting the president over social media.
October 20, 2017: In 2014, a police officer, Faruk Siyahkoç, reporter of Gün TV, who was shut down with KHK following the seizure action near Kobanê, was beaten by a cop. The case, which was opened in the Suruç Criminal Court of First Instance on the criminal proclamation of the journalist Siyahkoç regarding the attack of the police, explained the judgment of the court delegation. The court awarded a 5-month prison sentence for allegedly “resisting police” to Siyahkoç instead of the policewoman of Siyahkoç.
21 October 2017: A picture drawn by journalist-painter Zehra Dogan, held in Diyarbakır E-type Prison, was destroyed by the prison administration. Zehra’s painting supplies, canvases and dyes were not given for a long time. The freedom of expression of journalist-painter Zehra Dogan, who was taken to Diyarbakır E-type Closed Prison, which was taken into custody on 12 June 2017 when he was going to Mardin from Diyarbakır on the grounds that he had a definite sentence, was once again violated. A picture drawn by Zehra Doğan was destroyed by the prison administration.
Zehra’s picture, which she wanted to give to her father who was drawing the official picture, was confiscated by the guards. Zehra, who could not hear from the official for weeks, found out that the picture was destroyed after he requested information from the prison administration.
21 October 2017: Theologian-Writer İhsan Eliaçık was attacked by a group at a book fair in Kayseri.
October 22, 2017: Coinciding with the 15th Istanbul Biennial organized by İKSV in the main sponsorship of Koç Group, the Ömer Koc collection works exhibited at the Abdülmecid Efendi Mansion in Üsküdar Bağlarbaşı were exhibited by a group of 4-5 persons. this came from your face “was attacked in the cries of the cries.
October 22, 2017: The person or persons who came in front of the house in the Kepirli neighborhood of Vahap Şehitoğlu, the Honorary President of Mersin Journalists Society, fled by opening fire at home.
October 24, 2017: In the news published in Odatv on November 12, 2014; On HBO’s leading TV channels, John Oliver’s remarks about President Erdogan took place. Due to the content that was published in many different news sites other than Odatv, General Editorial Director Barış Pehlivan was charged with “Insulting the President”. The decision was reached at the 42nd Istanbul Anatolian Criminal Court. Kararda Barış Pehlivan was sentenced to 11 months and 20 days imprisonment. The prison sentence was delayed. If he gets another sentence for 2 years, he will be sentenced to 11 months and 20 days imprisonment for journalist Pehlivan.
October 25, 2017: Hoped writer and publisher Cemil Aksu was arrested on the grounds of Facebook sharing.
October 25, 2017: A Newspaper Journalist Zeynep Kuray was detained at home due to social media sharing.
October 26, 2017: Reporters of Effective News Agency detained in October 19, 2017, Havva Cuştan and İsminaz Temel were arrested.
October 26, 2017: Mehtap Yılmaz and Mustafa Asan, who were alleged to distribute magazine and magazine for 833 days, allegedly made “propaganda for the organization” to KJA Magazine’s responsible editor, Helin Tolan, were sentenced to 10 months’ imprisonment.
October 29, 2017: Supporters of Melih Gökçek, who resigned from Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, beat Akit Newspaper reporter.