ANKARA - Two people who were among the 30 people that attacked 3 Kurdish young men in front of Ankara University Law Faculty, was released with the instruction of the prosecutor's office.
Two people who were among the 30 people that attacked 3 Kurdish young men with sharp ojects in front of Ankara University Faculty of Law, was detained and then released with the instruction of the prosecutor's office.
It has been learned that İsa Kök and Fatih Temel, who attacked students at Ankara University Faculty of Law with knives and machetes and were prosecuted before, were released upon the order of the prosecutor's office. It was not known whether there were anyone else in the mob that attacked the students were detained.
INJURED STUDENTS TAKEN TO POLICE STATION
K.Y., who was stabbed in the attack, was brought to the Cebeci Martyr Birol Özteki Police Station Headquarters after his wound was stitched at the hospital and his statement was taken. The three students left the police station after giving their statements to the police.
PHOTO SHARED BY ATTACKER FOUND AT TO BE TAKEN AT THE SCENE
It was understood that the photo attacker İsa Kök shared from his social media account, titled 'Not an evening stroll', was taken at the scene of the crime. It was also stated that İsa Kök and Fatih Temek who carried out the armed attack called almost 30 nationalists and told them to get to the university.