20 workers of the usurped Gün Printing House jailed
20 workers of the usurped Gün Printing House have been jailed.
Turkish police raided the offices of Özgürlükçü Demokrasi newspaper and Gün Printing House in Istanbul last week. A trustee was appointed to the newspaper and the printing house, 20 workers of which were taken into custody.
In the scope of the following investigation, the detainees were referred to Istanbul Courthouse today.
Printing house workers Cumali Öz, Mehmet Kadir Özkara, Mürsel Demir, Özgür Bozkurt, Kemal Daşdöğen, Süleyman Güneş, Muhammet Özkan and Oğuz Selman Kelekçiler were remanded in custody after appearing at court, accused of “knowingly and willfully aiding and abetting a terrorist organisation”.
Gün Printing House owner Kasım Zengin and workers Erdoğan Zamur, Cemal Tunç, İhsan Sinmiş, İrfan Karaca, Kazım Göçer, Mehmet Emin Sümeli, Musa Kaya, Sadettin Demirtaş, Necat Hizarcı, Polat Arslan and Mahmut Abay were also imprisoned for allegedly “being member of and spreading propaganda for a terrorist organisation”.