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TURKISH POLICE THREATENED TO THROW SOMEONE OFF THE BALCONY WHILE DETAINING

AKP regime’s mafia methods continue. Buğrahan Aydoğan, who used to work as a provincial representative of a national newspaper in Tekirdağ before the July 15 controlled coup was released after 160 days of imprisonment over an unfounded denunciation. Turkish police have reportedly raided the house of Aydoğan on Sunday night for the second time to detain him and allegedly threatened him before detention by saying that “If you do not speak, we will throw you off the balcony. And in the police report, we would write that when he saw the police, he jumped from the balcony and committed suicide.”  Aydoğan’s family members have shared what they have experienced during the police raid on their Twitter account. They said Aydoğan is insulted and detained. “Buğrahan Aydoğan is now in the custody of police headquarter in Çorlu district of Tekirdağ province and has not allowed meeting his lawyer. We are concerned about the ill-treatment for Buğrahan,” the family wrote.

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