Police on Tuesday have detained at least 14 alleged Gülenist suspects, including police chiefs in Kocaeli-based operations carried out against the Gülenist Terror Organization (FETÖ).
According to reports, the operations took place in eight provinces.
The Gülen Movement, which is lead by Fethullah Gülen is entangled in a series of police operations and lawsuits on a wide-range of charges from fraud to illegal wiretapping, blackmail and most seriously, plotting to overthrow the government by jailing those close to the government and eventually, high-ranking officials, on false charges.
According to a legal timetable, other lawsuits in Istanbul against prominent Gülenists will start in January and February. Gülen is also a defendant in those cases as well. In the first week of February, Gülen and others will stand trial in the infamous Selam-Tevhid case - where police chiefs acting on the orders of Gülen are accused of conducting illegal wiretapping of thousands of civilians, from journalists to bureaucrats, under the guise of a terror investigation.
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