Hearing of the case against Emine Şenyaşar to be held tomorrow
- 16:43 12 September 2022
URFA - Ferit Şenyaşar, called for the hearing of the case brought against Emine Şenyaşar, said, “We welcome everyone who wants to witness this persecution to the courthouse.”
Ferit Şenyaşar, called for the hearing of the case brought against Emine Şenyaşar, said, “We welcome everyone who wants to witness this persecution to the courthouse.”
The Justice Watch, started in front of Urfa Courthouse on March 9 by Emine Şenyaşar, who lost her spouse and two sons because of the attack of AKP MP İbrahim Halil Yıldız’s bodyguard and relatives, and Ferit Şenyaşar, who survived the attacks with injuries, continues its 553rd day. The mother and son arrived in front of the Urfa courthouse from their house in Suruç early in the morning. Emine and Ferit started the sit-in at the "Şenyaşar family justice corner.”
Emine and Ferit hung a banner, written "Justice for the Şenyaşar family, justice for all" on the concrete blocks in front of the courthouse. During the Justice VWatch, 15 different investigations were launched against Emine for 'insult' based on her words during the sit-in. Five of these investigations turned into a case. The hearing of the case brought against Emine on the grounds that she "insulted" AKP Deputy İbrahim Halil Yıldız, will be held at Urfa 4th Criminal Court of First Instance at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow.
Call for participation in the hearing
Ferit, who continues the Justice Watch with his mother without interruption, stated that the struggle for justice continues under persecution. Ferit, said: “The Justice Watch continues. My mother wants her son to be released. She just wants justice. Her demand for justice was not met, instead, 15 investigations were opened against her, 5 of which turned into a case. A hearing will be held tomorrow and while my mother is the defendant in the case, the attacker AKP MP is the victim. Those who say they are human should not be silent about it. Tomorrow, my mother will appear in court at 11 a.m. We welcome anyone who wants to witness this persecution to the courthouse.”