Two years after Gülenists rose to notoriety following two coup attempts, the shady group will soon see their first collective day in court, as an indictment against the Gülenist Terror Organization (FETÖ) was prepared by prosecutors. Multiple trials and investigations into the group are underway, but the major case which will pull together all the crimes which the group stands accused of has yet to start. The Ankara Chief Prosecutor's Office is expected to submit an indictment that details the functioning of the FETÖ to the court for approval.Fethullah Gülen, the retired imam after whom the group is named, is the prime suspect in the case, although 72 others face 10 charges, facing life sentences and prison terms of up to 65 years.
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