The objection made by convicts Talet Şanlı and Tamer Korkmaz in the High Security Prison in Van due to not being allowed to read Cumhuriyet and Evrensel Daily in prison was denied.
Death with police bullet to be carried to Constitutional Court: First protected, then cleared of blame
1st Criminal Chamber of the Court of Cassation has unanimously approved the 4-year 2-month imprisonment sentence issued against the defendant police officer due to “homicide with eventual intent” in the case of death of Cem Aygün.
Bursa Bar Association: Constitutional Court decree on Teacher Ayşe must be applied for those on trial with same charges
Bursa Bar Association has stated that the Constitutional Court decree on the reversal of 1-year 3-month imprisonment sentence issued against Ayşe Çelik is a precedent and must be applied for those on trial with the same charges.
Radio and Television Supreme Council (RTÜK) has penalized journalist Zafer Arapkirli’s show Seyr-i Sabah on RS FM with 5 administrative fines and 5 blackouts.
A lawsuit was filed against People’s Democratic Party (HDP) former MP Osman Baydemir due to the speeches he gave at the group meeting in Van as well as at the “Conscience and Justice Watch.”
Mardin Governorate has announced that all protests and demonstrations to be organized within the province until the end of the year were bound to permission by the local administration with the condition to inform the administration of the event at least 48 hours before due to “providing the public order, peace and security.”
Approximately 10 thousand journalists are unemployed, 142 journalists are on prison; criminal and compensation lawsuits continue to against hundreds of journalists. Another obstacle in front of the journalists, who continue to work taking the chance of arrests and unemployment, are press cards.