The correspondent of the Welt detained in Turkey on suspicion of links with terrorists
Turkish police detained the correspondent of the German newspaper Welt Denise Ysela on suspicion of involvement in a terrorist organization.
In addition, the journalist is suspected of misuse of data, and the promotion of terrorism. This was reported on the newspaper’s website.
According to the newspaper, Mr. usel, having the citizenship of Germany and Turkey, was earlier declared wanted in connection with the sanctification theme of hacker attacks on e-mail of the Minister of energy and natural resources of Turkey Berat of Albaraka. According to the publication, on 14 February the German journalist was interrogated in a police station of Istanbul. The guards searched his house.
In the correspondence of Mr. Albayrak, according to Welt, discussed the influence on the Turkish media, with all the letters according to the publication, since December, available on the Wikileaks website. It is noted that Berat Albayrak is the son-in-law of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. It is reported that due to the coverage was also arrested Turkish journalists. They also are accused of participation in a terrorist organization. If convicted, they face up to ten years of imprisonment.