Ömer Güney, a Turkish indicted for murder in early 2013 in Paris three Kurdish activists, is suspected by the French court of plotting his escape, AFP learned Tuesday from sources.
He was indicted on May 7 for its participation in a consortium formed to prepare an escape with the use of weapons or explosive substance, said a judicial source.
This project appeared in early January after a meeting in the parlor of his prison between Güney and Ömer a man moved to Germany where investigators visited, indicated sources familiar with the matter.
Elements that appear to certify the plan of escape were found in the cell phone of the man, according to these sources. To escape, Ömer Güney planned to use a weapon, including against representatives of the forces of order, she said.
His lawyer, Xavier Nogueras, declined to comment.
Several hypotheses have been put forward to explain the murders by gunfire, described by investigators as real executions, Sakine Cansiz, Dogan Fidan and Leyla Saylemez the Kurdish Information Centre (CIK) in Paris January 9, 2013: Regulation of Internal Auditors the Kurdish movement in the context of opening of peace talks between the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) and Ankara, act of extreme right movement of Turkish “Grey Wolves” political assassination or heinous crime or personal dispute .
Sakine Cansiz was a historical figure of the PKK, considered close to its historic leader Abdullah Öcalan.
But in the eyes of activists and supporters of the Kurdish question, political assassination sponsored by Turkish services no doubt.
Heard repeatedly by the judge described as elusive by those who rubbed shoulders, Ömer Güney denies any involvement. But internet broadcasting it a few months recording weakened his position, according to sources close to the investigation.
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A man will address two speakers presented as Turkish officials. According to a warning issued at the beginning of the recording, it was posted by a user who is as near Ömer Güney.
The latter would have given him 17 January 2013, before his arrest, asking him to “go public if something happened to him.” The three men will evoke the murder of three activists to come.
At the time of release of this record earlier this year, the Turkish intelligence service, MIT, had again denied any involvement in the crime. He denounced “an operation to undermine” the service “who played an important role in the process of Kurdish peace.”
According to the prosecutor of Paris, Güney was appointed by the PKK as the driver and escort in Paris Sakine Cansiz, one of the victims.
However, the PKK has denied that Mr. Güney was one of its members, explaining that he had made the infiltration in the Paris Kurdish movement from the end of 2011, winning the trust of its members. Kurdish activists have subsequently discovered that he was “from a family close to the extreme right nationalist Turkish”.
The French police are interested in its route, particularly before his arrival in France and during his stay in Germany.
They try to trace the many telephone exchanges to Turkey of a man who had many SIM cards, including Turkey. It had been controlled in late 2012 in the Netherlands in possession of such cards.
The investigators also determined that the day before the murders, Güney was photographed records of members of a Kurdish association Val-d’Oise.
Ankara and the PKK in armed struggle against the Turkish forces since 1984, engaged in a peace process that stalled today.