Bones found under Bismil police station are secretly buried in Akpınar cemetery
It has been revealed that 75 pieces of bones unearthed under the destroyed police station in Bismil (province of Amed) were buried in Akpınar cemetery.
A mass grave under the police station in Bismil (province of Amed) was discovered last month thanks to the news published by ANF.
During the demolition work carried out with ladles at the police station in Bismil, human bones were found. Thereupon, demolition work was stopped and concrete was poured into the area in question.
According to the information received, the workers who carried out the excavations delivered the human bones they found to the Municipality Park and Gardens Directorate.
The fate of the delivered bones was unknown until now.
Some people called the Bismil trustee and asked what happened to the bones, but no information was given.
An eyewitness, who did not want to be named, said that the bones were delivered to the municipality imam in a cardboard by the Municipality Park and Gardens Directorate and that they were buried by the imam in another place secretly.
The eyewitness thinks that the bones are likely to belong to those killed in the unsolved murders in the 1990s.
The bones were delivered to the Bismil Municipality Park and Gardens Directorate last year.
According to the information received, after the Park and Gardens Directorate conveyed this situation to the Bismil Public Prosecutor's Office, the prosecutor's office sent a written order to the municipality imam, accompanied by the police.
It was learned that the bones, consisting of 75 pieces, were collected in a chest and delivered to the surrendered imam, and in this way, they were brought to the Akpınar Cemetery and buried in a grave. However, it is not yet known how many people the bones belong to.
ANF received the photographs of the mass grave. They showed a tombstone with no name and stones lined up on the grave.