Turkey releases ISIS suicide bomber
Turkish court released an ISIS active Turkish suicide bomber, Aysenur Inci, on the condition of judicial control. Many people expressed their concerned towards Inci’s release, as she is designated on the Ministry of Interior’s list of “blue category wanted terrorists.”
The ministry had earlier announced an award of 1.5 million Turkish Lira (285000 USD) for capturing Inci’s head.
İnci, sought after by the Ministry of Interior, for allegations of being a member of ISIS terrorist organisation, had surrendered herself to the security forces at the Habur Border Gate five days ago.
Afterwards, the Turkish Police transferred Inci to the Adıyaman Provincial Security Directorate to take her testimony. İnci was then sent to the court, after health checks, and was released by the Court of Peace on duty, on the basis of judicial control.
Listed on Diyarbakır and Suruç terror attack lists
The General Directorate of Security designated İnci on the list which included names and photos of 20 ISIS militants, who were trained for Diyarbakır and Suruç attacks in 2015.
ISIS suicide members trained for Ankara, Diyarbakır and Suruç attacks were hiding in Turkish ISIS member Mustafa Dokumaci’s cell team. İnci was hiding in Syria’s Mayadin region with another suicide bomber named Ersel Ocak.
Inci’s father, who lives in Turkey’s southeastern city of Adiyaman, convinced his daughter to surrender herself to Turkish police, local media reported.
PKK and its Syrian affiliation PYD forces kidnapped and took İnci to PKK’s North Iraq Camps, whilst she was trying to enter Turkey to surrender herself to the Turkish police.
Escaping from PYD, Inci surrendered herself to Turkish security forces at Habur Border Gate crossing between Turkey and Iraq on Dec 15.
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