The Ergenekon trials were a series of high-profile trials which took place in Turkey in which people, including military officers, journalists and opposition lawmakers, all alleged members of Ergenekon , a suspected secularist clandestine organization, were accused of plotting against the Turkish government. The trials resulted in lengthy prison sentences for the majority of the accused. In the event, those sentences were overturned shortly after. Since Istanbul Heavy Penal Court 13 accepted the 2,page indictment against 86 defendants in the first case against alleged members of the supposed clandestine organization Ergenekon on 28 July a further 14 indictments were submitted up to February

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A number of Weapons found in the Ergenekon investigation form a key part of the Ergenekon trials , prosecuting the Ergenekon organization. The serial numbers of these grenades matched those of grenades found in other locations and some used in terrorist attacks. The part before the slash denotes the fuse type, while the part after it denotes the batch number.

For example, the batch number of the first entry means 'batch 91, December '. The army bought such grenades from the MKE in Peace Penal Court. These grenades are registered to the Hasdal barracks in Istanbul. The grenades were found to bear the same serial number as those used in 14 incidents throughout the country. He also stated that he had moved out of the building twenty days before they were found.

After learning about the grenades, he left his job at the grocery, and became a taxi driver. He was allegedly driving by the house when the police came, and told them that the place was his so that they would not break down the door. On 26 June various material was recovered from the home of the mother of Fikret Emek. This is sufficient to flatten a twelve-floor reinforced concrete structure, with each floor over m 2.

In nearby Yomra, the police seized a gun and eight 7. In the city, eight grenades were found; seven hidden inside a washing machine, and another in an oven. Trabzon governor Nuri Okutan said that none of the suspects were public officials or members of the military. However, the former tip-off was to the gendarmerie rather than the police. The recovered weapons were determined to be buried in July the month generals Eruygur and Tolon were detained.

The arms were found on the land of Bedrettin Dalan 's Istek Foundation. Searches in Erzincan on 27 October found various materiel. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Contribute Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Languages Add links. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Two hand grenades were found in a house in Manisa province, Akhisar district.

In İzmir province Urla district 10 hand grenades were found. In Antalya Province Alanya district three hand grenades were found in a hotel. In the centre of Hatay, İzmir a hand grenade was thrown at the car of Hayrettin Yavuz.


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