Turkey issues arrest warrant out for 243 soldiers
Turkish prosecutors have arrest warrants issued for another 243 soldiers in the country after an investigation into the failed coup in July. It reports the state news agency Anadolu on Wednesday.
The suspects are sought because they have been using the encrypted smartphone app Bylock. According to the Turkish government used the network of Fethullah Gulen the app to communicate with each other. The Turkish spiritual would, according to Turkey behind the failed coup to sit.
Gulen denies any involvement in the couppoging, to more than 240 people killed. After the turn of the attempt began, the government of president Erdogan is a large-scale purification.
Approximately 120,000 soldiers, police officers, judges, prosecutors, teachers, journalists and other government officials were dismissed or suspended. More than 41.000 people are sitting in anticipation of a process.
European intelligence services have been in a secret report concluded that Gulen probably played no role in the couppoging. The measures of the Turkish government would be for the coup are already prepared and the coup was probably the result of that.