The World – Turkey
The Prosecutor’s Office said it had issued arrest warrants for 42 army and gendarmerie personnel as a result of statements by previously held persons and analyzes of paid phone calls. Among them were 24 active duty officers.
The office added that it demanded the arrest of 76 members of the army, gendarmerie, and civilians in another separate operation, after determining that they had used paid phones to contact members of the network, and seventy-four of those were on active service.
The arrest warrants also included personnel from the land, air, and naval forces, as well as a colonel and three lieutenants.