A court in northwestern Turkey sentenced Saide İnaç, a German woman of Turkish origin, to six years and three months in prison on terrorism charges.
İnaç was in the northwestern city of Edirne, in a campaign bus for a political party affiliated with the terrorist group PKK, when the police stopped the bus and detained her in June. A singer living in Cologne who is also known as Hozan Cane, İnaç, denied charges that she was a member of the PKK and claimed it was not her who shared pro-PKK propaganda online as the prosecutors claimed.
The court ordered her imprisonment on "membership of a terrorist organization," which carries the lowest sentence among other terror-related crimes.
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