The Department of Police is joining forces with intelligence units to place all internet activities and social media by the infamous Redhack hacking group during the Gezi Park protests under the microscope.
According to documents accessed by SABAH's Special Intelligence Unit, police and intelligence departments have been conducting a thorough investigation into the computer hacking group. Working in conjunction with the Electronic Communications Department, the police have established Redhack's role in the Gezi Park protests. The police have submitted their summary of proceedings to the Istanbul Deputy Chief Prosecutor assigned authority to handle cases that fall under the 10th article of the Counter Terrorism Law (TMK). In the investigation, which will be spearheaded by Muammer Akkaş, a prosecutor from the Ergenekon case, Redhack members whose IP address and identities have been established, will be processed for being involved in "virtual terrorism".
A CALL TO PROTEST IS INCITING A CRIME
According to the summary of proceedings, members of the hacking group, made entries on a Twitter account for 'RedHack@ TheRedHack in which they shared comments that called on people to protest or commit crimes.
The following are a series of tweet's that were shared by Redhack: