New Information in Ergenekon Interrogation
(Ebru News/AP) There's a very astonishing update in the Ergenekon interrogation: A photo has emerged showing another shadowy relation between the suspect lawyer and a retired general. The prosecutor is examining the photo in which the suspect lawyer who has been under detention, charged with bombing the council of the state and retired general who has been arrested under suspicion of controlling the crime organization Ergekenekon. Also the latest update in the interrogation is the murder of a famous Jewish originated Turkish businessman who was allegedly converted into Islam.
After the attack on the council of the state by lawyer Alparslan Arslan that socked Turkiye, a photo found belonging to the lawyer was claimed to be a doctored image. The said photo is claimed to have been taken in 2005 in Stockholm during the world Azeri Congress by a photojournalist who worked for an Azeri daily Azadiya Welat.
Now this photo has come into question in connection with the Ergenekon interrogation. The prosecutor of the interrogation formally requested the photo from the newspaper which is published in Kurdish. The lawyer and the retired general were pictured in the same photo in Stockholm.
The photo received by the Diyarbakir Organized Crime Desk has been sent to Istanbul. The prosecutor is expected to attach the photo to the file of the suit after getting confirmation of autheticity by the criminal laboratories. The retired general had claimed the photo was fraudulent.
Meanwhile, documentation such as DNA tests and autopsy reports were found regarding the murder of Uzeyir Gharih, a Jewish originated Turkish businessman during the interrogation of Ergenekon at the address of one of the suspects.
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