"I know Ali Kaya. He is a good boy."
~ Yasar Buyukanit.
~ Yasar Buyukanit.
In a page right out of Ripley's Believe It or Not, TNA spills the beans on JITEM murderers, Ali Kaya and Ozan Ildeniz.
Everyone will remember these two as the bombers of the Umut Bookstore in Semdinli, a false-flag operation gone wrong when the state's murders, Kaya and Ildeniz, were captured by the Kurdish residents. The bombing resulted in the murder of Zahir Korkmaz and the wounding of Metin Korkmaz. The hevals at KurdishInfo have done a great job in compiling all the evidence and statements together in one place. At that dossier of the Semdinli bombing, pay attention to all the other false-flag operations that took place in the months leading up to it.
There have been a few who have spoken of the reality of the Deep State since Semdinli. There was Suleyman Demirel, and there was Fikri Saglar and Akin Birdal, and, of course, who could forget Lieutenant General Altay Tokat, who got in trouble because his big mouth, "gave the impression that the Turkish Armed Forces were using the methods used by the terrorist organization."
. . . but that's only because TSK, with its ruling military elite, is the terrorist organization.
Then we had the recent false-flag operation in Amed, in which eleven people (more than half of whom were children) were killed. KurdishInfo has all the info on that operation in one place, too.
While the intended victim of the attack and prime witness, Seferi Yilmaz, remains in prison, Kaya and Ildeniz will each be handed Get-Out-of-Jail-Free cards, thanks to Yasar Baba's influence, no doubt. It's odd, isn't it, that Yilmaz was arrested the day after the "conviction" when a so-called PKK confessor made a statement against him.
That's how it works if you're a Kurd in Turkey or Turkish-occupied Kurdistan; if you're the victim, you're arrested and put in prison, while the murderers walk free.
Let's all have a big round of applause for the Turkish model of democracy!