Jailed OdaTV journalist Müyesser Yıldız's attorney said that they were worried about evidence tampering. Yıldız's lawyer said that the data collected from the journalist's home wasn't properly catalogued or recorded, which leaves them open to additions.
A court has ruled for the arrest of Oda TV Ankara News Editor Müyesser Yıldız four days after she was detained over "political and military espionage." TELE 1 Ankara correspondent İsmail Dükel, who was detained on the same day, was released on condition of judicial control.
A Turkish court has ordered the release of rights activist Osman Kavala in an investigation linked to a 2016 failed coup attempt; however, Kavala will continue to remain behind bars as he also faces espionage charges.
An Istanbul court late on March 9 ordered the arrest of Osman Kavala on new charges of espionage within the framework of an ongoing investigation against the philanthropist. The prosecutors have cited Kavala's alleged contact with U.S. academic Henri Barkey as evidence in the investigation.
Cryptographer Cees Jensen, who worked for Philips in the past, told Dutch outlet Vpro that Philips, at the request of the CIA, enabled the U.S. to spy on Turkey during the 1970's and 80's by weakening encryption devices that the country used for secure communication. In a statement, Philips said that the company has not been able to find any information regarding this issue in their archives.