In Dink case, examination of former intelligence officer Ali Fuat Yılmazer is completed.
Trials of Dink murder case will continue on April 10, 11, 13 and 14.
Suspect Ali Fuat Yılmazer’s two daughters were detained yesterday. Upon the request of Dink family’s lawyer Hakan Bakırcıoğlu, the hearing is postponed to April 10.
Today, Dink case started with the defence of Ali Fuat Yılmazer, former chief of the Office C of Istanbul Directorate of Security Intelligence Branch. After the lunch break, Yılmazer stated that he won't continue and said, “You are a project court.”
In Dink case, Ali Fuat Yılmazer, former chief of the Office C of Istanbul Directorate of Security Intelligence Branch, continues to present his defence. Saying that they decided to wiretap Tuncel's phone, but there is no record, Yılmazer stated, "There is a serious ruse."
New round of trials of public officials starts today. The hearing will continue on March 14, 16 and 17.
In Dink case, Ali Fuat Yılmazer, deputy chief of Directorate of Security Intelligence Branch at the time of murder, continues to present his defence.
Dink murder suspect Ali Fuat Yılmazer talked about the claim that he was assigned as the chief to the Office C of General Directorate of Security Intelligence Branch, because he is a member of the Gulenist organization. He said that the minister of interior had assigned him and claimed that Abdülkadir Aksu, who was the minister at that time, should be arrested.
In Dink case, Director of Office C of the General Directorate of Security Intelligence Branch Ali Fuat Yılmazer started to present his defence. Yılmazer accused the personnel of Istanbul and Trabzon directorates of security. He pointed out former chief of General Directorate of Security Intelligence Branch Engin Dinç's relations with Trabzon gendarmerie personnel; he said, “Dinç had inexplicable relations.” He also talked about Ergenekon and KCK operations.