Gülen’s lawyer dismisses wiretapping claims


Date posted: February 24, 2014

ISTANBUL

Lawyer of Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen Nurullah Albayrak has released a written statement on some slanderous allegations against the Hizmet Movement which is held responsible for wiretapping around 7,000 people.

In his statement, Albayrak said the allegations which appeared in some newspapers is totally baseless and targets Gülen in an unfair way and demands punishment for the individuals who were involved such accusations.

Source: Cihan , February 24, 2014


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