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Striking claim in the Ayhan Bora Kaplan case: Sinan Ateş was killed because he knew about arms smuggling

Striking claim in the Ayhan Bora Kaplan case: Sinan Ateş was killed because he knew about arms smuggling

21.05.2024 18:11

Muhammed Sağ, one of the plaintiffs in the Ayhan Bora Kaplan Organized Crime Case, claimed that Sinan Ateş, the former Chairman of the Idealist Hearths, who was killed in the murder, was killed because he knew about Kaplan's arms smuggling.

As the Ayhan Bora Kaplan Organized Crime Case continues to be on the agenda, Muhammed Sağ, one of the plaintiffs in the case, made a striking claim about the Sinan Ateş murder. Sağ stated, 'The deceased knew how to sell weapons to different places that they offered me. That's why he was killed.'

PLAINTIFF IN THE KAPLAN CASE TALKS ABOUT THE ATEŞ MURDER

After the allegations made by Serdar Sertçelik, the number two figure of the Ayhan Bora Kaplan criminal organization and the secret witness of the case, 7 out of 8 people who were detained in the investigation were arrested. The fact that two suspended police chiefs and a commissioner were among those arrested caused tumultuous days in Ankara. While the echoes of the incident still continue, Muhammed Sağ, one of the plaintiffs in the case, stated in a live broadcast on TELE1 that the matter extended to the Sinan Ateş murder with the allegations he put forward.

'SINAN ATEŞ KNEW ABOUT ARMS SMUGGLING'

In his statement, Sağ said, 'The deceased knew about the weapons they offered me to sell in Novoroski, to buy weapons in Lazkiye and sell them to different places, to sell weapons to Basra. Millions of weapons were purchased in Novoroski and sold to Middle Eastern countries. The deceased knew about these. That's why he was killed. That's why I don't come to Turkey. Besides, Sinan Ateş fell out with someone because Ayhan Bora Kaplan did not accept his role as the hitman.'



 
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