Who are these pro-Erdogan mobs who even beheaded a soldier?


Date posted: July 23, 2016

Hours after the failed coup attempt, pro-Erdogan mobs flooded the streets of Turkey. They even beheaded a soldier, storm military headquarters. But who are they?

– We killed four of them, now it is time for the fifth…

– We are in the general staff building…

– Check each room one by one…

– We are at the general command…

– We came to kill not to die…

– We are in a clash at the moment…

– We came to help the police upon their request…

 

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