Broadcast bans are a tool to hide criminals… Check out the recent cases:

A broadcast ban has been imposed by prosecutors on news reports concerning the arrest of Eyüp Fatih Şağban, the leader of the Uşşaki Islamic cult who was arrested earlier this month on charges of sexually harassing a 12-year-old girl.

Turkish Islamist cult leader arrested over charges of sexual assaulting 12-year-old girl

Fatih Nusrullah, the leader of a Turkish Islamist cult group named “Uşşaki,” has been arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl, OdaTV reported on Sept. 1.

Nasrullah was reportedly sent to the Ferizli Prison in the northern province of Sakarya.

The 58-year-old cult leader, arrested for sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl, confessed his crime in his testimony to the Public Prosecution Office in the northwestern province of Sakarya.
A religious cult leader has been sent behind bars for abusing the child of one of his followers.
Journalism organizations denounce the five-day blackout imposed on TELE 1: “In our eyes, RTÜK is a political structure that has cut its ties with the institutionalization of a democratic society. There is no other solution than advising our colleagues to be careful.”

COURT BLOCKS ACCESS TO REPORTS: Can a rapist have the ‘right to be forgotten’?

A court has blocked access to news reports about wrestler Recep Çakır’s rape of a 23-year-old woman.

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