Fenerbahçe made a statement yesterday evening regarding the armed attack on the bus carrying the team on April 4, 2015, “This incident will remain as a terrible and dark shadow on Turkish sports unless it is illuminated.” This morning, the video “It has been 2191 days, the perpetrators have not been found” video came. At 12 o’clock, the “Lead, not stone” sharing came.
After defeating Rizespor 5-1 on April 4, 2015, the bus that went to Trabzonspor airport was attacked. Fenerbahcecontinues its struggle to keep this incident from being forgotten and to find the perpetrators. While the window on the driver’s side of the bus was broken in the attack, the driver Ufuk Kıran was injured in his head. The cold-blooded driver prevented the vehicle from flying down and prevented disaster.
2 SUSPECTIVES WERE DETENTED
The Surmene District Public Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation against the suspects or suspects on charges of “attempting to kill, attempting to kill more than one person with possible caste, and damaging property”. Two suspects were detained in relation to the attack. NS and EA, who were alleged to have carried out the incident, were referred to the Sürmene Public Prosecutor’s Office on 8 April after their cross-examination lasted for two days at the Trabzon Police Department.
FREE WITH JURISDICTION
The two persons, whose statements were taken at the prosecutor’s office and rejected the charges, were released by the Sürmene Magistrate’s Criminal Court on the evening of 8 April on the grounds that ‘there is no strong suspicion of crime and the right to liberty is more important’ and on the condition of judicial control, based on concrete evidence.
“WE DID NOT FORGET, WE WILL NOT FORGET”
Fenerbahçe shared a statement with the title “We have not forgotten, we will not forget, we will not forget! In the morning, “It has been 2191 days, the perpetrators have not been found” was shared. At 12 o’clock, “Lead, not stone!” A reminder was made.
An automatic shotgun was found at the scene in a large-scale search and screening study involving approximately 200 police officers on the morning of April 5. The place where the gun was fired had been determined by criminal experts.