With new evidence, Turkey expects US to extradite FETÖ leader

A demonstrator walks on a poster of Fetullah Gülen during an anti-coup rally in Istanbul on July 18, 2016. Gülen's terrorist group is accused of carrying out the coup attempt.21/07/2018 (Sabah – Turkey): Clinging to Obama-era inaction on the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ), the U.S. administration drags on the extradition process for the terrorist group’s leader wanted by Turkey. Ankara, meanwhile, hopes Washington will change its mind with more evidence clearly linking Fetullah Gülen to the July 15, 2016 coup attempt. FETÖ’s infiltrators in the military, from generals to low-ranking officers, were behind the attempt that killed 250 people, and Turkey has already sent a large cache of evidence to U.S. officials implicating FETÖ in the attempt. The new evidence spoken about by Justice Minister Abdülhamit Gül on Friday was not disclosed, but it is likely a critical phone call between a coup suspect and one of Gülen’s aides in Pennsylvania in the United States on the night of the coup attempt that was leaked to the media earlier…




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