Pro-Government KARAR: Repentant ‘FETO’s imam’ said Gülen was approving the NATO officers”
Lawsuit acted by Izmir Chief Public Prosecution Office about FETO’s structuring in the Turkish Army is in progress.
Pro-government newspaper KARAR claims that the “secluded” imam of Naval Forces is now a confessor and has told how “the organization had leaked critical information about NATO to Pennsylvania”.
Kenan Butakın from KARAR is reporting:
New details are unfolded in the lawsuit acted by Izmir Chief Public Prosecution Office about FETO’s structuring in the Turkish Army. Benefiting from the effective repentance law, S. who is one of the secluded imams in the Turkish naval Forces has given away some very striking information about the organization, according to pro-government Karar paper. (WHatti has no way of corroborating or confirming the story).
The confessor, also a legist himself, gave out that lists of military officers assigned to NATO and some “classified” documents were leaked to the organization. He also told that lists of joint military drills to be held by Turkey and other member countries, and lists of the names to participate in those drills, and also lists of watch-at-site assignments by the Turkish General Staff were all leaked to FETO: “Name lists of people who would participate in projects and plans were given to me in our FETO structuring meetings held either weekly or bi-weekly. I handed all documents given to me over to Hüseyin D. He used to list all these documents on an off-line computer at the house we stayed and after completing a detailed reporting, handed all of those documents, lists and reports to XX; and then all of these were sent to Fethullah Gülen.
FETO allegation for Education Attaché
Within the investigation conducted by Nevşehir Chief Public Prosecution Office, a warrant is issued for Assoc. Prof. Sefa Bardakçı, Education Attaché of Strassbourg. Bardakçı was appointed to Strassbourg on October 14th, 2016 when he was a deputy dean at Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş University, Faculty of Theology.
Translated by Güliz Türker