Judicial sentences of life imprisonment for officers and pilots in Turkey

November 26, 2020
Judicial sentences of life imprisonment for officers and pilots in Turkey Judicial sentences of life imprisonment for officers and pilots in Turkey
Egyptian news vision: - The Turkish judiciary continues to issue verdicts against hundreds of people accused of attempting to overthrow President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, four years after its failure, despite the involvement of hundreds of officers in it, according to the authority in Ankara. 11111111111111111111111111 337 people, including Turkish air force officers and pilots, were sentenced to life in prison. 11111111111111111 The Turkish judiciary condemned these people on charges of "attempting to overthrow the constitutional order," "attempted to assassinate the president," and "premeditated murder," according to what was stated in a summary of the verdict, which Agence France-Presse obtained a copy of. 11111111111111111 Sixty people were sentenced to prison terms of various terms, while 75 people were acquitted at the end of this trial, which included about 500 defendants.
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