The chief prosecutor of Istanbul’s Anatolian district, İsmail Uçar, admits that corruption is rampant in Turkey’s second largest judicial district and accuses the chief justice of leading the system. He says gangs are forming within the judiciary, which he likens to cancer, adding that surgery and chemotherapy are needed.
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Bylock prosecutions & Yüksel Yalçınkaya v. Turkey judgment of the ECHR: We have prepared a video for you going into details of the Court’s reasoning dealing with #Quality #Reliability of #DigitalEvidence
A panel of experts discussed the Yalçınkaya vs. Turkey judgment, shedding light on systemic human rights issues, challenges of digital evidence, and the implications of such a landmark ruling.
Former top prosecutor Kocaman is now accused of obstructing a murder investigation in favour of a wealthy businessman and his son, who allegedly spent a staggering 30 million Turkish Liras to get away with murder.
A mobster who admitted to bribing chief prosecutor and police chiefs exposes deep rot in the Turkish judiciary.
Turkey Human Rights Blog looks at the extent of corruption in the Turkish judiciary, where corrupt judges and prosecutors are getting richer while cracking down on government critics. The latest example is the Okan Bato case.