In the Hrant Dink murder case, demands were made to impose measures on the properties of Fetullah Gülen and Zekeriya Öz.
A decision has been issued in the Hrant Dink murder case on March 26. The defendants, including former police chiefs, were sentenced to aggravated life sentences and the cases of 13 fugitives were separated.
The prosecutor’s office, which led the investigation, today demanded that the defendants, including FETO leader Fetullah Gülen and former prosecutor Zekeriya Öz, be considered “smuggled” and “imposing a precaution on their property “.
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