Turkish police brutally torture suspect over Gulen links


Date posted: July 19, 2017

One of the most torture incidents reported province is Afyon in Turkey. Afyon Police brutally tortures suspects over Gulen links. One of the victims who is a teacher in this video tells about tortures he went through.


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