Osman Kavala’s decision in the Gezi Park incident

Prosecutors at the trial heard opinions during the trial at Gezi Park, where 16 defendants, including one detained, six pending, and nine fugitives, were tried at the 13th High Court Criminal Court in Istanbul. Said. In the opinion stated, Osman Kavala and Aishe Musera Japti were required to be sentenced to life imprisonment for “attempting to overthrow the Government of the Republic of Turkey using force and violence,” and the six defendants were sentenced to life imprisonment. He was charged with 15 “help” charges. An attempt to overthrow the Government of the Republic of Turkey using force and violence. ” He was asked to be sentenced to “up to 20 years in prison each year.”

In opinion, the case files of Ayşe Pınar Alabora, Henry Jack Barkey, Can Dündar, Gökçe Yılmaz, Handan Meltem Arıkan, Hanza de Hikmet Germiyanoğlu, Memet Ali Alabora, Yiğit Aksakoğlu, and 0054nanç Ekmekçi are also alleged. The organizer of the event and the person for whom the arrest warrant was issued were separated and requested to wait for the execution of the arrest warrant.

At a hearing that began today at Istanbul’s 13th Heavy Criminal Court, it is expected that the accused and his attorney will finally defend the substantive opinion and then the case will be verdicted.

Osman Kavala participates in the incident through the audio and visual information system (SEGB0054S). Other defendants Mücella Yapıcı, Can Atalay, Tayfun Kahraman, Çiğdem Mater, Ali Hakan Altınay, Mine Özerden, Yiğit Ali Ekmekçi are present in court.

Cavalla was sentenced to continue his detention

Meanwhile, the prosecutor in this case requested that Osman Kavala continue to be detained. The court accepted the prosecutor’s request. It was decided to continue the detention of Cavalla. The hearing was postponed to April 22nd.

Event history

16 defendants, including businessman Osman Kavala, journalist Kang Dundal, Aishe Musera Yapuchi, and actress Mehmet Ali Alabora, “tried to overthrow the Government of the Republic of Turkey” regarding the protests at Gezi Park. He was tried on charges. It ended on February 18, 2020. Istanbul 30th Higher Criminal Court acquitted nine defendants, including detained defendant Osman Kavala, and fleeing defendants Ayşe Pınar Alabora, Can Dündar, Gökçe Tüylüoğlu, Handan Meltem Arıkan, Hanza de Hikmet Germiyanoğlu, and Meh Met. Was. After the public prosecutor’s office appealed against the district court’s decision, the Third Criminal Chamber of the District Court in Istanbul overturned the acquittal of nine defendants on 22 January 2021.

Following the abolition decision, the Istanbul 30th Higher Criminal Court decided to integrate the files of the defendants Can Dündar, Mehmet Ali Alabora, Ayşe Pınar Alabora, Gökçe Tüylüoğlu, Handan Meltem Arıkan, Hanza de Hikmet Germiyanoğlu, and 0054nanç Ekmekçi. 2021. I was giving. In addition, Ottoman Kavala and former CIA adviser Henri Barkey have stated that FETO’s attempted coup on July 15 is “unconstitutional” and “providing state secret information for political or military espionage.” He has appeared in the 36th High Court Criminal Court in Istanbul for charges. The case in which they were charged would be combined with the main Gezipark case.

Meanwhile, the Istanbul 13th High Criminal Court’s ruling on the Gezi Park case against 35 defendants, including members of Besiktas’ supporter group Charsh, was overturned by the Supreme Court of Appeals. Given the criminal nature of the membership of the organization, the decision stated that there was a legal and de facto link between the case relating to the Gezi Park case and the Charsh case at the 30th High Court Criminal Court in Istanbul, I had to go to the side that combined both files and determine and evaluate the defendant’s legal status accordingly. It was emphasized that the decision to approve their approval as a result of an incomplete written investigation was considered to be the reason for the reversal. The case was annexed in Istanbul’s 13th Higher Criminal Court after a reversal decision. The Gezi Park and Çarşı case files were subdivided at the fourth hearing on February 21, taking into account the stage in which the case arrived.