47 Gülenist police officers in Malatya accused of wiretapping

DAILY SABAH
ISTANBUL
Published 05.11.2014 15:13
Updated 05.11.2014 15:47
47 Gülenist police officers in Malatya accused of wiretapping

Malatya Police Department launched an investigation on Wednesday into 47 police officers, who are allegedly affiliated with the Gülen Movement, for unlawful wiretapping charges.

According to initial reports, the investigation encompasses the wiretapping of phone conversations during the past four years. Investigations are also being conducted into allegations that recorded conversations were transferred to a different person's computer within the institution.

The investigation is also taking into consideration allegations about respective computers using the software without proper privacy settings installed.

Aside from this, it was reported that 15 security officers in the provincial security directorate are accused of wiretapping pilots of the Second Army Command, in an ongoing investigation.

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