At Ayache prison should be tried by the Military Tribunal of Diyarbakir
But in mid-August these Armenians were murdered without trial
Kevork Hagopian, an Armenian from Istanbul living in the United States has recovered from the Ottoman archives an encrypted letter issued by Talaat Pasha. After his translation K. Hagopian submitted it to Akunk.net. The handwritten letter of Talaat Pasha, the leader of the Turkish youth and one of the principal perpetrators of the Armenian genocide, is dated June 2, 1915. In a telegram ciphered, the Minister of the Interior of the Ottoman Empire, Talaat Pasha, asks The governor of Ankara to submit Armenian intellectuals and personalities detained in exile and detained in Ayache Prison to submit them to the Diyarbakir Military Court. But despite this telegram in mid-August on a new decision by Talaat Pasha and the deputy governor of Ankara, Atef, Armenian intellectuals detained at the Ayache prison without trial were murdered.