Davutoglu has said, “many people can not go public if the anti-terrorism books are opened” regarding the period of June 7 and November 1, 2015.
Criminal complaints were filed against former prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu on his words concerning the 7th of June and the re-election day, the 1st of November, 2015: “Many people can not go public if the anti-terrorism books are opened“. Accuser Hüseyin Avni Sipahi was a candidate for mayor of Çekmeköy from the Democratic Party and was a member of the CHP (Republican People’s Party) when he was a Deputy Mayor, where he was asked to resign from the party.
According to Oda TV, Sipahi, who was among those detained during the December 17-25 Operations, accused former prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu of “failing to report the crime“. It was reminded in the criminal complaint that 862 people lost their lives in the attacks between 7th of June and 1st of November and added: “for all these reasons, I respectfully demand the necessary prosecution of the suspect for the crime of ‘not reporting the crime’.”
Davutoglu’s words were recalled in the criminal complaint
Sipahi reminded the words of Davutoglu regarding what happened between the 7th of June and the 1st of November. “Many people can not go public if anti-terrorism books are opened. Those who criticize us today can’t face the human face, I’m telling you plainly. Why? Come check your memory. June 7 to November 1 will be one of the most critical periods, I am sure when the history of the Republic of Turkey is written in the future. When I took the post of prime minister – I have to explain this, because I got these questions because of the campaign – the events of October 6-8 happened. During those events, we had the opportunity to see how Turkey’s public order was destroyed under the name of the solution process.”
“He has clearly concealed the crime and the culprit, and he is still concealing it.”
Sipahi’s criminal complaint to the prosecutor’s office included the following statements:
“When we look at the events that occurred in our country and are considered as part of terrorism during the time period that the suspect clearly stated”;
On July 20, an ISIS live bomb detonated itself in Suruc. 33 people died.
On July 22, two policemen were killed in Ceylanpinar by PKK members who infiltrated their homes while they were sleeping.
On July 23, a non-commissioned officer was killed when ISIL opened fire across the border at Kilis. A policeman was killed by the PKK in Diyarbakir.
On 20 August, the day after the arrival of 4 martyrs in lice, explosives laid on the road in Siirt were detonated during the passage of the military vehicle, 8 soldiers were killed.
On 22 August, Captain Ali Alkan was killed in an attack on a police station in Sirnak. The martyr’s older brother, Lieutenant Colonel Mehmet Alkan, rebelled against the government’s war policy.
A curfew was declared in Cizre on 5 September. Close to 20 have died in civil conflicts.
On September 8-9, 13 policemen were killed in an attack on policemen guarding the customs gate in Igdir.
On October 20, Davutoglu said at a rally in van that ‘if the AK Party is removed from power, terrorist gangs will roam here, White Taurus will roam’ and made statements intimidating voters.
On October 10, 102 people were killed when two separate bombs exploded at a peace rally in Ankara.
In the face of the fact that many of our citizens have lost their lives, become crippled, and some of them are still being treated for their health, all these crimes against humanity caused by the human life and the person or persons who organized them, as is clear from his statements, although he did not explain the suspect, clearly concealed the crime and the
For all these reasons, I respectfully request that the necessary prosecution be made against the suspect and that he be punished for the crimes that comply with his actions, especially the crime of TCK 278 ‘failure to report the crime’.”