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ECHR: CASE OF SOLOMOU v. TURKEY

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Postby GAVCARoCOM » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:26 pm

Not trying to cross the border !!!!! it was directly in the military area . and normally united nation shouldnt let noone in that zone !!!! but un didnt use enough force !!! also honestly i feel the guy sorry and his family as well . I blame myself UN . u can search "death or hellas" and watch the video on youtube. also listen how british soldier says "very good" at 0.58 second and repeat at the end. this was loooong time ago. again some people trying to do proganda with this by bringingup today
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Postby Brittania » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:29 pm

One of those little chappies shooting was their minister of agriculture. SOmeone once showed it to me on a video. I'll find and post.
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Postby GAVCARoCOM » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:33 pm

Brittania wrote:One of those little chappies shooting was their minister of agriculture. SOmeone once showed it to me on a video. I'll find and post.


i didnt post any video here but seems again biggest peopaganda going to start . from a british guy . i will not keep silent if you start propaganda !!!
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Postby Brittania » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:33 pm

Identification of perpetrators
According to Cypriot Police, Solomou's killers were identified using photographic evidence as Kenan Akin and Erdal Haciali Emanet, members of the unrecognised TRNC administration (the first Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the second Chief of Special Forces). Warrants were issued for their arrest by the Cypriot government, along with three other people, Attila Sav, Chief of Police of TRNC, Hasan Kundakci, Lt. Gen. of the TRNC military and Mehmet Karli, Maj. Gen. of the Turkish Army.[4][5]. In October 2004, Kenan Akin, wanted by Interpol for the murder of Solomou, admitted he had pulled the trigger, however he accused the former Turkish Military Commander Halil Sadrazam as the person who gave the order. Sadrazam denied the accusation.[6]. Akin was later arrested in Istanbul not for shooting Solomou but for smuggling. He was however released from the Turkish authorities despite being wanted for murder by Interpol, prompting a question on Turkey's judicial cooperation from the Greek MP Dimitrios Papadimoulis in the European Parliament.[7].


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomos_Solomou
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Postby GAVCARoCOM » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:36 pm

Brittania showing the real charactaristics of the English goverment . Dvide and Rule . beware GCs and do not send replays otherwise we will argue because of this little piece of shit
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Postby RichardB » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:37 pm

Brittania wrote:
Identification of perpetrators
According to Cypriot Police, Solomou's killers were identified using photographic evidence as Kenan Akin and Erdal Haciali Emanet, members of the unrecognised TRNC administration (the first Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the second Chief of Special Forces). Warrants were issued for their arrest by the Cypriot government, along with three other people, Attila Sav, Chief of Police of TRNC, Hasan Kundakci, Lt. Gen. of the TRNC military and Mehmet Karli, Maj. Gen. of the Turkish Army.[4][5]. In October 2004, Kenan Akin, wanted by Interpol for the murder of Solomou, admitted he had pulled the trigger, however he accused the former Turkish Military Commander Halil Sadrazam as the person who gave the order. Sadrazam denied the accusation.[6]. Akin was later arrested in Istanbul not for shooting Solomou but for smuggling. He was however released from the Turkish authorities despite being wanted for murder by Interpol, prompting a question on Turkey's judicial cooperation from the Greek MP Dimitrios Papadimoulis in the European Parliament.[7].


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomos_Solomou


I remember this incident happening

But I never knew the above.

This is really bad....

If the 'leaders' of a community are resposible then why hasnt the Turkish Government brought these perpetrators to Justice :evil:
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Postby GAVCARoCOM » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:38 pm

again same thing . wikipedia is not relible source !!!!!!!!!! also noone admiting the UN foult
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Postby Brittania » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:39 pm

now now my little asian, language, language.
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honestly, these illegal immigrants come to this island and behave in the most atrocious way! :roll:
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Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:41 pm

Gav, the soldiers shot indiscriminantly, are they only soldiers? No Turk should be proud of their acts, nor can they be Justified. They did not make "a kill", nor did they serve their country, they paniced, without discipline and in their weakness they served only their own Ignorance.
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Postby Brittania » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:44 pm

RichardB wrote:
Brittania wrote:
Identification of perpetrators
According to Cypriot Police, Solomou's killers were identified using photographic evidence as Kenan Akin and Erdal Haciali Emanet, members of the unrecognised TRNC administration (the first Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the second Chief of Special Forces). Warrants were issued for their arrest by the Cypriot government, along with three other people, Attila Sav, Chief of Police of TRNC, Hasan Kundakci, Lt. Gen. of the TRNC military and Mehmet Karli, Maj. Gen. of the Turkish Army.[4][5]. In October 2004, Kenan Akin, wanted by Interpol for the murder of Solomou, admitted he had pulled the trigger, however he accused the former Turkish Military Commander Halil Sadrazam as the person who gave the order. Sadrazam denied the accusation.[6]. Akin was later arrested in Istanbul not for shooting Solomou but for smuggling. He was however released from the Turkish authorities despite being wanted for murder by Interpol, prompting a question on Turkey's judicial cooperation from the Greek MP Dimitrios Papadimoulis in the European Parliament.[7].


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomos_Solomou


I remember this incident happening

But I never knew the above.

This is really bad....

If the 'leaders' of a community are resposible then why hasnt the Turkish Government brought these perpetrators to Justice :evil:


http://www.btinternet.com/~argyros.argyrou/Update2.htm

with pictures :wink:
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