Journalist Ayşenur Parıldak from Turkey’s shut down newspaper Zaman was arrested in the evening of the same day that the court running her case had decided for her to be released.
Parıldak was arrested back in August last year in scope of investigations into the failed coup attempt. After her over 8 months long imprisonment, a court decided yesterday (May 2) for her release on parole. Before even she was let out from prison, a warrant of arrest against her was issued with the request of Ankara’s 14th Heavy Penal Code with the reason that ‘new evidence against her was forwarded from Turkey’s Communication and Information Technologies Institution.’
Also a law student at Ankara University, Parıldak was accused of ‘FETÖ membership’ based on her position in Zaman newspaper and her bank account at Bank Asya. The fact that the anonymous social media account Fuat Avni was following Parıldak's account was also considered evidence on her ties to the Fethullah Gülen's Hizmet movement, which is alleged to be behind the coup attempt.
Az önce okuduğunuz haber, bağımsız bir medya organı tarafından size sunuldu.
Bağımsız gazetecilik; sermayeye karşı halkı, sömürüye karşı emeği, eşitsizliğe karşı adaleti, savaşlara karşı barışı, piyasacılığa karşı temel hakları, talana karşı doğayı, erkek şiddetine karşı kadınları, istismara karşı çocukları savunmanın olmazsa olmaz koşuludur.
Siz de gerçeğin sesini yükseltmek adına sorumluluk almak istiyorsanız, sadece birkaç dakikanızı ayırarak BirGün’e abone olabilir ve ‘#BirGünBenim’ diyebilirsiniz.
Şimdiden sonsuz teşekkürler…
BirGün bizim; hepimizin.