Ankara bomber infiltrated Turkey with fake ID July 12, 2018

Ankara bomber infiltrated Turkey with fake ID

The perpetrator of the suicide bomb attack that killed at least 28 people in Ankara on Feb. 17 entered Turkey with a fake identity, an initial report within the investigation into the deadly bombing has revealed. He also said he was a Syrian national, the report prepared by Turkey’s counterterrorism and intelligence police has revealed, based on a comprehensive study that conflicts with statements made in the aftermath of the bombing.

Turkish officials had claimed that the perpetrator was a Syrian national from the Peoples’ Protection Units (YPG), which Ankara considers to be the Syrian offshoot of Turkey’s outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).

The police launched the latest study after the Kurdistan Freedom Hawks (TAK), a smaller outlawed organization thought to have split from the PKK, claimed responsibility for the bombing. filltrustid The TAK on Feb. 19 said one of its members, named Abdulbaki Smer, carried out the Ankara attack, which targeted service vehicles carrying military personnel.

Following the claim, Musa Smer, the father of Abdulbaki Smer, was detained and transferred to the Turkish capital for interrogation within the investigation. Erdoan and Davutolu’s statements had been based on tests on the finger prints of body parts found at the scene of the attack, but the subsequent test result showed a match between Neccer and Musa Smer, scannable fake ids thus identifying the perpetrator as Abdulbaki Smer.

Police have so far arrested 14 suspects on suspicion of being connected to the bombing at the heart of the Turkish capital last week, which killed 28 and injured 81 others.

The investigation has also revealed that the bomb detonated in the attack was made at a construction site in Ankara.

The perpetrator Smer had called a man working at the construction site on the phone before the attack, according to the probe.

The duo then started staying together at the construction site, to which two of the 14 detained, identified as Ahmet Karaman and Muharrem Canikli, brought materials used for bomb making.

The deadly Feb. scannable fake ids 17 attack at the heart of Ankara was the second attack to hit the Turkish capital after alleged ISIL militants bombed a large peace rally on Oct.

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