On Tuesday, State Department spokesman Mark Toner confirmed that Obama administration says it has received a formal extradition request from Turkey for Gülen and is now considering the merits of the request.Turkish officials told Daily Sabah last month that Turkey submitted four extradition requests for Gülen which detail at length the formal charges against Gülen. The files include two arrest warrants issued by the 14th Central Criminal Court in Istanbul, another from Bursa's 2nd Central Criminal Court and one from a magistrate judge at the request of Ankara's chief prosecutor. The charges against Gülen include embezzlement, aggravated fraud, the forging of official documents and violations of the right to privacy.
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