Breaking News: Verdict Revealed in Kobani Case

The trial for the events in Kobani in 2014 has reached a verdict, with former HDP Co-Chairs Selahattin Demirtaş and Figen Yüksekdağ among the 108 defendants. The Ankara 22nd High Criminal Court announced the verdict for 72 defendants, including those who were detained, undetained, and fugitives. The trial, which took place at the Sincan Penitentiary Institutions Campus, saw former MP Ahmet Türk sentenced to 10 years in prison for being a member of an armed terrorist organization.

Ali Ürküt received a sentence of 13 years and 4 months, while Aynur Aşan was sentenced to 9 years in prison. Bülent Parmaksız, Cihan Erdal, Dilek Yağlı, and Emine Ayna were all sentenced to prison terms ranging from 10 to 16 years. Ayla Akat Ata was sentenced to 9 years and 6 months in prison but was released due to time served.

Altan Tan, Ayhan Bilgen, Aysel Tuğluk, Can Memiş, Emine Beyza Üstün, and Bircan Yorulmaz were acquitted in the case. The protests in 2014 were a response to the attack by the terrorist organization DAESH on Kobani, prompting illegal demonstrations and violence against civilians.

The prosecutor had requested aggravated life imprisonment for Demirtaş and Yüksekdağ, accusing them of disrupting the unity of the state and territorial integrity, as well as being responsible for the deaths of six individuals during the events. As the trial concludes, the repercussions of the verdict are yet to be seen.


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