Fugitive mobster claims Turkish minister ‘sent guns to civilians’

Soylu at large has posted several videos on YouTube to accuse government figures of serious crimes.

Fugitive mob leader Sedat Peker has accused on social media Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu of using the youth branch of the ruling party to distribute weapons to civilians in the wake of the July 15, 2016 coup attempt.

Soylu, the labor minister at the time of the coup, was later appointed as the interior minister, 

Peker has been bringing forth serious allegations about government figures in his videos and tweets, is at large and accuses Soylu of betraying him in his plans to return to Turkey.

In his latest string of tweets Peker named ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) youth branch officials who were engaged in the alleged transfer of AK-47 rifles at a spot close to a Bulgarian Curch in central Istanbul.


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