Turkish prosecutors say ‘no concrete evidence of Ergenekon’s presence’

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The prosecution of a court case involving a reported conspiracy to overthrow Turkey’s government dating back a decade has said the existence of the organization in question could not be conclusively proven, according to judicial sources on Friday.

“It has been found that the leadership, membership and criminal activity could not be established of the organization, as well as its existence,” the prosecutors said of the “armed terrorist organization Ergenekon”, submitting its official opinion on the case.

“There is no concrete evidence of the presence of an Ergenekon terrorist organization, and thus a non-existent terrorist organization can neither have managers, members, or supporters, nor it is possible to commit crimes for it,” said the prosecution.

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