Erdogan releases 5 suspects sentenced to life in prison for Killing Christians immediately

Erdogan releases 5 suspects sentenced to life in prison for Killing Christians immediately


Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor

Insane Erdogan is at it again; Turkish courts sentence these barbarians for killing innocent Christians and they are released immediately without serving time. What kind of justice is this? Someone should send this barbarian to Syria so that he can get a taste of his own brutal medicine.

Tilmann Geske, a 45-year-old German missionary, Uğur Yüksel, 32, and Necati Aydın, 36 – the latter both Turks who had converted from Islam to Christianity – were bound together, tortured and then had their throats slit in the office of the Zirve Publishing House in Malatya, southeastern Turkey, on Easter Sunday in 2007.

The murderers were absolutely not remorseful. In fact, Günaydin even said in court that he was proud of the murders. “I am thankful that I did not shame my country or cause any embarrassment,” he declared.

Although Günaydin and his fellow murderers were sentenced to life in prison they were all released immediately after the trial. The reason: they had already served five years, which is the legal limit for detention pending trial in Turkey. Because they appealed their case, they are once again allowed to roam Turkey’s streets as free men. Full Story

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