In the letter sent from the Ministry of Internal Affairs General Directorate of Security to the Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office, it was reminded that the prosecutor’s office asked to issue a red notice about Muhammed Yakut on charges of “looting together by more than one person” and “unlawful seizure and dissemination of personal data”.
As a result of the studies carried out by the Interpol-Europol Department based on this request, a copy of the red notice published by the Interpol General Secretariat about Yakut was sent to the Office of the Chief Prosecutor.
The article also states, “In order to locate and arrest the person in question for the purpose of extradition to our country, Interpol units of European countries, especially Germany, have been contacted. If a response is received, information will be given immediately.” statements were included.
History of the event
The Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation against Muhammed Yakut on the grounds that he posted criminal videos on social media.
The prosecutor’s office, which issued an arrest warrant for Yakut on 6 May on charges of “looting together by more than one person” and “unlawful seizure and dissemination of personal data”, sent a red notice request regarding the suspect to the Ministry of Justice.
Within the scope of the investigation, it was also stated that journalist Can Tanrıyar, who was detained on the allegation that he provided information, documents and videos to Yakut, committed an act of “attempting to loot qualified” against a person together with the suspect Yakut.
Tanrıyar, who was transferred to the courthouse after his procedures at the police station, was arrested on 29 April on charges of “seizing or spreading personal data” and “attempting to loot”.
Source: Dünya Gazetesi by www.dunya.com.
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