Although it is evident that (black)lists of to be arrested and dismissed judges & prosecutors might be pre-drafted, it is the first time creators of (black)lists admitted their role, which was recorded in a court document.
Turkey Human Rights Blog
Ankara Bar exposes new torture cases which the former admin hid from public
Ankara Bar’s new reports contain both horrific accounts of systemic police brutality and of sexual attacks.
ECtHR: Turkey has breached the Convention by detaining judges and prosecutors
The ECtHR ruled that Turkey violated the European Convention on Human Rights by detaining 82 judges and prosecutors after a failed 2016 coup.
Corrupt judges are instrumental in cracking down on legal profession
Crackdown on the judiciary and legal profession provided corrupt judges with the perfect opportunity to cover up their shady dealings. One of those judges was Alver who sent 13 local lawyers to prison under anti-terrorism laws.
Impoverishment and mass detention of Turkey’s purge victims
Mass detentions, mass-summary confiscations, state-run discrimination practises and demonizing rhetoric of public officials and pro-government media, have left these people marginalized, and impoverished and deprived them of their socio-economic rights.
Kidnapped, tortured and locked away in a Turkish black site: Orhan İnandı case
The Turkish judiciary, which was meticulously designed by Erdogan through a number of legislations and of course dismissal of thousands of judges in the wake of the failed coup of July 2016, is clearly unwilling to offer a remedy to victims of torture for the pain they have endured.