The prosecutor in the indictment says Taksim Solidarity Platform's calls for protest "endangered public order and security." According to indictment, protesters hurled stones and bottles at police, burned police cars and damaged private and public properties.An excerpt from the indictment stated protests against redevelopment of Gezi Park "which started out peacefully, gradually paved the way for provocation by extremist and terrorist groups." Protesters are accused of spreading false stories, claiming police used live bullets, police vehicles crushed protesters to death and reports that protesters' deaths were covered up. The indictment stated "slingshots and glass balls" were found in possession of suspects. The prosecutor also said some suspects damaged a car belonging to AK Party. Muhittin Akat, one of the plaintiffs, claimed Taksim Solidarity Platform members paid an undisclosed sum to his son to throw stones at policemen dispersing the protesters.