World Bulletin / News Desk
New evidence has been discovered in the Zirve Yayinevi case in which three people, including a
German national had been stabbed to death in the eastern province of Malatya.
Zirve Yayinevi was a firm publishing Bibles until the raid on April 18, 2007.
One of the nine defendants Haydar Yesil's brother-in-law found a hard disc belonging to Yesil and handed it to Kirsehir Police Department on Friday. Haydar Yesil, who was also a soldier is in prison.
Following expert review, authorities stated that footage of the suspects' meetings on missionary activities in Turkey, telephone call records in the aftermath of the murders, footage of the protests following the murder of Armenian journalist Hrant Dink, information and documents related to Armenians and the Fethullah Gulen congregation, a "missionary diagram" showing the locations of the missionaries were found in the disc.
The information and footage found in the hard disc were added to the corroborating evidence to be presented to court.
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