The Turkish Superior Court have issued an arrest warrant for the son of Turkey’s President, Recep Erdogan, after he failed to appear in court during an investigation into the “Erdogan criminal cartel” which has been accused of supporting ISIS militants in Syria, and murdering journalists who investigated the crimes.
The Russian Foreign Intelligence Service have launched an international criminal investigation into Bilal Erdogan after an agreement was made between President Putin and French President Francois Hollande to target the corrupt Erdogan family following the shooting down of the Russian Su-24 jet.
Though the SVR has long known of Bilal Erdogan’s links with Islamic State terrorists on behalf of his father’s criminal cartel, this report continues, there were only two Western reporters this past year who reported to their viewers/readers on these facts, Serena Shim and Jacky Sutton, who both were raped and murdered by Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MIT) under orders given personally by President Erdogan.
Serena Shim, this report notes, was a reporter for the Western news service of Iran’s Press TV when on 19 October 2014 she was captured, tortured, raped and murdered by Turkish MIT agents just days after she released a stunning report detailing Turkey’s support of Islamic State terrorists—and which after the release of this broadcast was branded by the Erdogan criminal cartel as a spy, a completely made up accusation she replied against by stating:
“I’m very surprised at this accusation – I even thought of approaching Turkish intelligence because I have nothing to hide… I am a bit worried, because…Turkey has been labeled by Reporters WithoutBorders as the largest prison for journalists…so I am frightened about what they might use against me… We were some of the first people on the ground –if not the first people – to get that story of…militants going in through the Turkish border…I’ve got images of them in World Food Organization trucks. It was very apparent that they were militants by their beards, by the clothes they wore, and they were going in there with NGO trucks.”
On the one year anniversary of Serena Shim’s brutal rape and murder, this report continues, former BBC producer Jacky Sutton, as the Iraq director for the Institute of War and Peace Reporting (IWPR), began an in-depth report on her death when she too was brutally raped and murdered on 18 October by Turkish MIT agents too.
In Turkey’s MIT “amateur/clumsy/absurd” cover-up of the rape and murders of Serena Shim and Jacky Sutton, this report further notes, they claimed that Shim was killed in an auto accident that neither the driver or vehicle were ever identified or provided, and that Sutton suicided herself by hanging herself by her shoelaces in an Istanbul airport restroom because she had missed her flight.
Most appallingly, this report continues, has been that Turkey’s MIT has continued their lies about these deaths even after, on 20 October, new video was released proving that Jacky Sutton went through Istanbul airport security in time to make her flight.
Most disturbing, however, in this report is the SVR stating that electronic surveillance of Bilal Erdogan on the dates of these crimes (19 October 2014 and 18 October 2015) show him in the exact locations of both Serena Shim and Jacky Sutton thus providing enough prima-facie evidence of his complicity along with Turkey’s MIT in the rape and murder of these two women that warrants continued investigation, if not an outright indictment for rape and murder.
As always too, this report concludes, the Western propaganda media continues to cover-up the rape and murder of these two heroic reporters with neither the American or British regimes even investigating these atrocities—which should come as no surprise as the hatred towards women of both the US and UK is well known as evidenced by their continued support of the largest women’s prison the world has ever known, Saudi Arabia.
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