last updated: 21 Jan
It has been three years and not much progress in the Hrant Dink Assassination case. I believe if judiciary and authorities will push forward to solve the Dink case, Ergenekon trial will also progress. Evidence is just there and accomplices are alive but unfortunately “authorities” are hesitant to solve the case… Today, we, as friends of Hrant Dink, attended the commemoration at the place where he was murdered. It was sharply cold and snowy and many people I know just did not attend because of that. Thanks God, I am in peace with my consciousness, I stood by Him today and I will continue follow his case…
A new site to document the course of Dink Trial….
I was in an eye hospital for on an assignment when I heard the news: Hrant Dink had been killed. There were TV screens in the hospital, and I couldn?t stop watching, wishing my Turkish was better, wishing I could understand what exactly was going on. But the biggest news, that Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink
Tomorrow, on Jan. 19, Turkey?s citizens who believe in peace, freedom, justice, and humanity will with deep sorrow mourn the passing of Hrant Dink, the distinguished Turkish-Armenian intellectual and journalist, on the third anniversary of his brutal killing.
Hrant Dink: an anniversary to remember | European Alternatives
By Valeria Venturini
The same punishment as provided by Article 301 of the Turkish Criminal Code (?insult to Turkishness?) has been also directed to other Turkish intellectuals, including author Orhan Pamuk (Nobel Prize for Literature 2006)
Political will can shed light on Dink murder case
Lawyers representing the co-plaintiffs in the Dink trial have long alleged that the murder was the doing of Ergenekon, a clandestine group charged with
Hurriyet Daily News
‘The Dink murder wouldn’t be solved even if the Ergenekon case ends,’ according to Yalçın Çilingir, a close friend of the late Dink Although some hitmen who
Hurriyet Daily News
One plate was coming down, on which Ergenekon Street was written on it and replaced with another one: ?Hrant Dink? street. This was just after couple of
Three years ago today, Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink was gunned down outside the office of the Argos newspaper he edited in Istanbul, Turkey. Often ignored, loathed or detested when he was alive by nationalists on both sides for his message of tolerance and reconciliation between Turks and Armenians, Dink was a moderate voice and a man of peace that Ianyan compares to Martin Luther King Jr.
Three years, to be exact, have passed since we lost Hrant. The sorrow lingers. It is not easy to rid ourselves of the shame of having lost him to a gang of fascist murderers. There is no cure for this helplessness.
The Court of Appeals decided that the internet signature campaign “I apologize to the Armenians” does not constitute a crime. If the Sincan 1st High Criminal Court accepts the decision, no trial will be launched against the organizers of the campaign which has been supported by the signatures of 30,000 people already.
Some of the suspected plotters have been arrested and are now being tried in connection with the Ergenekon case. There is strong evidence that the police
Increasing calls for justice abounded on the third anniversary of the assassination of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink, which was marked on Tuesday. Dink was fatally shot outside his office by an ultranationalist teenager in 2007.