Turks detained for using encrypted app ‘had human rights breached’

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Turks detained for using encrypted app ‘had human rights breached’

Tens of thousands of Turkish citizens detained or dismissed from their jobs on the basis of downloading an encrypted messaging app have had their human rights breached, a legal opinion published in London has found.

The study, commissioned by opponents of the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, argues that the arrest of 75,000 suspects primarily because they downloaded the ByLock app is arbitrary and illegal.

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Scandal answer from the judge

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When the  search for justice  was  continuing throughout  the  country, a  scandalous  answer from  a judge  revealed  the  seriousness  of the  situation.  The  President  of the  Court, “This  case  is  not important  for me!  This  ByLock  list  that  came  from  MIT  (natioanal  intelligence  agency  of  Turkey)  is important  for me,”  he  said.  The  letter sent  by Mustafa  Dursun, brother  of Uğur Dursun victim  of “bylock”  who was  trialed  on 15 June,  assistant  director of Kayseri  Regional  Directorate  of Forestry, to haksozhaber.net  exposes  the  unlawfulness  of the  victimization  chain  in court  phase  which is currently  increasing in  Turkey.  After the  custody and detention  process, which  is  a  complete tragedy,  it  reveals  what  kind  of legal  massacres  are  involved  in both the  indictments, the proceedings  and the  defenses.
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