Gezi detainees have been declared “prisoners of thought” by Amnesty

Amnesty International has declared Osman Kavala, Musela Yapisi, Can Atale, Taifun Kahraman, Maine Ozarden, Sigdam Meter, Igit Ekmeki and Hakan Altane, who were held captive in the Gazi trial, “prisoners of thought”.

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Amnesty International held a press conference at the Post Office in Galata about Osman Kavala, Musela Yapci, Can Atale, Taifun Kahraman, Mine Ozarden, Sigdam Meter, Igit Ekmeki and Hakan Altane, who were convicted in April and are part of the KJS. .

A video message from Amnesty International Secretary-General Agnes Calmard was delivered at the meeting. Calamard shared the following information in a video message:

“We have decided to declare Saat Gezi a prisoner of conscience. These people are all prisoners of thought. We are determined to fight for them. We call on all those who value, care for and protect human rights to do the same and join our struggle. “

“We will organize a campaign with our 10 million supporters.”

After Calamard, Ruhat Sena, acting director of Amnesty International, took over the Aksena floor. “We have repeatedly stated that Gazi’s trial was a politically motivated decision, without any argument or evidence,” he said. Following the ‘Prisoner of Thought’ decision, we will organize a campaign for the release of Gezi prisoners with our 10 million supporters.

It says Kerem Dickman, chairman of Amnesty International’s board, met with Gezi detainees yesterday. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Gezi.

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Dickman shared comments from Gezi detainees about the decision. Dickman says:

Lawyer Can Atale described the Gezi trial as a “Dreyfus trial” of modern times. He says: ‘Gezi is a struggle for equality, freedom and justice. We will continue to protect Gezi. We will not allow Gezi to be tarnished and Turkey’s future will not be black. Aziz Nassin’s ‘Prisoner of Thought’ decision was also made for Behis Boran. That’s why I think it’s so valuable. “

Sigdem Meter, on the other hand, emphasized that the problem should not only be understood as a problem of seven detainees, but that it goes beyond that. On the other hand, I would like to thank everyone at Hakan Altan. ‘Horizontally we are each other’s registrars. I’m a little embarrassed and grateful. I wish something like this hadn’t happened, but I’m glad to see no one is silent. “

Osman Kavala, on the other hand, described the Gezi trial as a departure from reality as a whole. ‘It’s a myth that even fiction writers don’t believe in. What we did was not criminal, we had the right to exercise our constitutional right. We are here because what we have done is considered a crime according to the government’s worldview, “he said, adding that he considered the definition of ‘prisoner of thought’ appropriate.”

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Dickman said architect Musela thought for the first few seconds after hearing Yapc’s decision and said Yapc’s remarks were as follows: “As an architect, I have very simply defended my life as a person. I got rid of it, tried again.

According to Dickman’s report, Typhoon Kahraman shared that he thought of the prisoner of conscience’s decision with the image of the “white chair”. Kahraman said the terms of the declaration of conscience were insulting.

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Finally, Mücella Yapıcı’s daughter, Cansu Yapıcı, took the floor at the meeting. Mücella Yapıcı’s daughter, Cansu Yapıcı, spoke on behalf of the family. Musela began his speech by reminding that Yapisi and Gezi prisoners had been released twice before, and Yapisi said, “And he was convicted, since there is no crime, so this reasonable verdict of conviction is ‘if you repeat something 40 times.’ Was written with this method., It will happen ‘”.

Asked about the progress of the process, YAPC said, “It’s a process we all try to learn. Solidarity strengthens both us and our friends in prison.”

While Mücella Yapıcı and Gezi detainees are currently contemplating prison conditions and how prison conditions may change, Cansu Yapıcı talks about the problems his mother is facing:

“Her medications have to be prescribed by the infirmary doctors, which was quite a problem at first. Especially for my mom, if she’s watching right now, she’ll be very angry. Since he is older, all the medicines he takes should be seen and advised by different doctors. Since this process cannot be fully managed, there is a continuous process of taking him to the hospital. And my mother was handcuffed and taken to the hospital, handcuffed during the examination. So he no longer wants to go to the doctor. In addition, we cannot access the tests performed there and have doctors outside of us.

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