NEWS CENTER - Two police officers for whom arrest warrants were issued in the torture investigation against 14-year-old Y.D. in Lice were released on condition of judicial control.
Five police officers, who were detained within the scope of the investigation carried out on the abduction and torture of 14-year-old Y.D. in the Lice district of Amed(Diyarbakır) on March 21, were sent to arrest on March 26 by the prosecutor's office on charges of "deprivation of liberty and deliberate injury". The Lice Criminal Judgeship of Peace issued an arrest warrant for police officers İsmail Akkuş, Emre Özcan and Gökhan Bay on the charge of "deliberate injury". The other two policemen were released.
An arrest warrant was issued yesterday for Police Chief Aykut Oral and police officer Hayrettin Çakmak, who were released upon the objections of the Chief Public Prosecutor's Office and the complainant's MPs. The 2 police officers, who were given a warrant for their arrest at the Criminal Court of First Instance, were released by the Lice Criminal Court of Peace on the condition of "judicial control".
Amed Bar Association Chairman Nahit Eren stated on his Twitter account that they will appeal the decision.