Fréderike Geerdink, who has been accused of posting messages supporting the outlawed PKK, faces five years in jail
A Turkish prosecutor has formally accused a Dutch journalist of “terrorist propaganda” and asked she be jailed for up to five years, local media have reported. The move will deepen fears over press freedom in the Nato member state.
Hope for justice still frail in Hrant Dink’s 2007 murder case
CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog)
In the past, Dink’s murder was blamed solely on the so-called Ergenekon organization–an alleged conspiracy to topple the Turkish government, Saymaz said. Now the Gülen movement has replaced Ergenekon as the alleged sole culprit, he said. But Dink’s .
Head of the Constitutional Court Haşim Kılıç has warned that regarding differences and diversity as a potential danger against the state will make expanding freedoms in Turkey impossible.