Nothing more than evidence

New evidence and documents showing that the U.S. was involved in the background in the Fetullahist Terror Organization's (FETÖ) July 15 coup attempt is surfacing by the day.

The confession that FETÖ-affiliated soldiers flew in ammunition from the U.S. to Akıncı Air Base on the military transport aircraft on July 14, 2016, is included in Senior Master Sergeant Sinan Sarı's testimony.

-The best proof is confession.

The striking details in the Ankara Prosecutor's Office's bill of indictment concerning the events that took place at Akıncı Air Base on July 15 were published in our newspaper yesterday.

The information and documents in the article mean that FETÖ, which wanted to invade Turkey through a coup on July 15, 2016, and its secret boss, the U.S., have been caught red-handed once more.

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Last week, it was revealed that fugitive Adil Öksüz, who went to Akıncı Air Base in Ankara on the night of July 15 with orders from Pennsylvania and “ignited the fuse of the attempt,” received a telephone call from the U.S.'s Istanbul embassy on the morning of July 21, 2016.

The connection of U.S. authorities in Turkey with FETÖ imam Öksüz and furthermore, how they are protecting Öksüz, who was in the leading position on the night of the coup attempt, has been exposed with the documentation of this “deep telephone call.”

The coup plotting U.S. has been caught in the act once again.

In an attempt to save the day, the U.S.'s Ankara embassy made a statement along the lines of, “We cancelled Öksüz's visa. We called him on the phone to inform him about the situation.”

This “visa cancellation” tale that was told to cover the real reason behind the phone call, is proof that the American authorities in Turkey have been caught.

If the U.S. authorities, who have been hiding for months that they called Öksüz, were sincere in their visa cancellation statement, they would have cancelled the visas of numerous fugitive FETÖ members living in the U.S., primarily that of FETÖ leader Fetullah Gülen.

But they never did this. They don't want to do it either.

Their attitude all this time is obvious: They continue to carefully protect and pamper all FETÖ members.

There is nothing more than proof, evidence, documents.

Yet, they are not extraditing any of them.

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The July 15 coup attempt was a joint operation by FETÖ, the U.S. and NATO and they failed.

İncirlik Air Base aided and abetted FETÖ's coup attempt. This was documented on day one.

The CIA took the lead in the organization of FETÖ's coup attempt.

Donald Trump admitted that the CIA was involved “on the ground” on July 15, 2016 all the way back during his presidential election campaign.

It is not difficult to predict that the number of CIA staff that aided FETÖ's coup attempt is a lot greater than what Trump stated.

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The confidential meeting held at Splendid Hotel in Büyükada on July 15 was also managed by CIA member Henry Barkey.

When leaving the hotel, Mr. Barkey, who was raised by Graham Fuller, had left a “bell” that wrote “Pennsylvania” on it at the hotel reception.

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Trump's adviser Michael Flynn, who was giving a speech in the U.S. at the time the FETÖ coup attempt was taking place in Turkey, was saying: “Most of you are probably unaware that a coup is taking place in Turkey at this very moment. In the recent years, we have seen a secular country turn toward Islamism…

One of the statements received show that the soldiers who attempted the coup are aware of their responsibility in NATO and have in the meantime declared their loyalty to secularism…

Now this deserves an applause…”

This pro-coup statement by Flynn, who resigned from his position as national security adviser last February, shows that he was quite charmed by the pirate announcement the FETÖ-affiliated Peace at Home Council had read out at state broadcaster TRT.

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Retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, an intelligence officer for the U.S. Army, appeared on neocon Fox TV on July 15, 2016, and said: “This coup is the last chance to save Turkey from an Islamic dictatorship…

Let's not make any mistakes…

Those involved in the coup are the good guys.”

Upon the failure of the coup (invasion) attempt, Mr. Peters had said, “Had the coup succeeded, the Islamists would have been defeated and we would have won.”



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