A TRIPLE MURDER political right in Paris sponsored by the Turkish secret services? The scenario worthy of a spy movie, takes shape. Omer Güney, a Turkish speaking 31 years, is the only suspect in the shooting of three execution militant Kurdish separatists in a local association in January 2013. The survey, remained at a virtual standstill since his incarceration few days after the facts, coming off a boost. An anonymous sound recording reached in February at the anti-terrorism judge Jeanne Duye has been appraised. According to the conclusions of the experts, the voice of the man who describes in detail the murders to come is very likely that the indicted.
This document nine minutes, appeared on German and recovered by the Criminal Brigade Wharf Goldsmiths blog presents a conversation between two unidentified men but make no secret of their membership at MIT, the Turkish intelligence services. The first explains the second his “plan” to eliminate the three activists, including Sakine Cansiz, rising figure of the PKK, the Kurdish separatist party in war against the Turkish state. Problem of authenticity According to experts, the comparison between the voice of the man and the suspect detained “has led to far more likely outcome in the event of an identity of the voice […] rather than the assuming a difference of voice “. This progress is not synonymous investigation closed. “A large probability is not a certainty, besides current technologies make it easy to handle voice,” My retort Anne-Sophie Laguens and Xavier Nogueras, the Omer lawyers Güney. The two boards do not hesitate to question the “authenticity of this recording appeared at a key moment in the proceedings or just one year after the facts.” Order through CCTV footage showing the incoming and outgoing local at the time of the crime, Omer Güney, with a serious brain tumor has always protested his innocence and denied any link with the Turkish secret services. He is suspected of plotting an escape attempt in early May and has since been placed in an isolation of the Fresnes prison cell. Detention conditions “incompatible with his condition that is getting worse”, claim his lawyers have filed an appeal against this investment.
Friday, May 23, 2014,
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