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Fatih Keskin to be extradited to Turkey to face crimes of money laundering, operation of FETO Bosnia Terror cell #Gulen
The local police in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Tuesday detained for deportation a Turkish national with permanent residency upon a request from Ankara on allegations of membership of the faith-based Gülen movement, the Bold Medya news website reported.
Fatih Keskin, the principal of Una-Sana College, an institute operating within the Gülen-affiliated Richmond Park Schools Group, was invited to a police station in Bihać city by the Ministry of Interior of the Una-Sana Canton, Turkey’s state-run Anadolu news agency reported, citing local media.
Soon after being taken into custody, Keskin was transferred to a detention center for migrants in the capital city of Sarajevo to start the deportation process, Anadolu said.
The move came hours after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan hinted at new operations to capture Gülenists living in Europe before he left for London to attend a summit.
Ankara accuses Fethullah Gülen, a US-based cleric in a self-exile, of orchestrating a 2016 coup attempt, a claim that is strongly denied by the movement.
The foreign affairs department of the Bihac Ministry of Security revoked the residency permits of four Turkish nationals in September, following the Turkish government’s extradition request according to Anadolu. The case was then taken to a local court.
Keskin’s lawyer, Nedim Ademovic, confirmed that his client, who has been living in the country for more than 14 years with his family, was detained by the Bosnian authorities.
Keskin told Bold on the phone that he was being kept in a detention center in Sarajevo where refugees are held for deportation.
“I was invited to the police station at around 10 a.m. in Bihac and was told I had violated the rules in Bosnia; hence my residency was revoked. When I asked which rules I had violated, the officers said they did not even know,” Keskin said.
He said two police officers transported him to Sarajevo, refusing to show any official documentation and denying him time to meet with his lawyer.
“They did not let me call my lawyer. ‘If you resist, we will handcuff you,’ the two police officers told me.”
In March 2018 Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MIT) with the cooperation of Kosovar authorities detained six Turkish nationals, who were then taken to Turkey, where they were arrested.
As of March 2019, a total of 107 people with alleged links to the movement have been brought to Turkey since the failed 2016 coup, following extradition requests for 504 people sent to 91 countries, Anadolu reported.
|Zehra Kanter Keskin wife of Fatih Keskin pleads for her|
Criminal husband on Social Media ....and no one cares.
DAILY SABAH WITH AA ISTANBUL Published 04.12.2019 19:32 Bosnia-Herzegovina detained an administrator in one of the schools run by the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) in the country, Bosnian media outlets reported on Tuesday. Fatih Keskin, who is from Turkey, was the manager of a FETÖ high school in Bihac province. He was detained on Tuesday after being called by the police to give his testimony. Following the detention, Keskin was reportedly transferred to a migration center to launch his extradition process to Turkey. While police forces of the province have not released an official statement on the issue, Nedim Ademovic, a lawyer for some FETÖ fugitives that Turkey wants extradited, confirmed the detention. Ademovic said that Keskin has lived in Bosnia for more than 20 years with his family. Anadolu Agency reported that the high school that Keskin was working at was initially known as "Una-Sana College" under the Bosna Sema Education Institutions. However, later on, the school was transferred to the English Richmond Park Schools on paper and renamed the "Richmond Park Bihac College." With a debt of more than 2.5 million euros ($2.88 million), property owned by the FETÖ-linked Richmond Park Schools is being sold off by the bank after the loan agreement was violated, said the weekly Bosnian magazine Stav in 2018. With this development, the educational institution has reportedly twice changed ownership since the 2016 defeated coup attempt but failed to inform the bank. The magazine said fighting such FETÖ-linked institutions is not just a Turkish effort against the terror group but a domestic problem as long as the same structures operate in Bosnia-Herzegovina and try to indoctrinate children with a "sick" ideology. FETÖ and its U.S.-based leader Fetullah Gülen orchestrated a coup attempt in Turkey on July 15, 2016, killing 251 people and injuring nearly 2,200 others in the process. FETÖ also has a considerable presence outside of Turkey, including private educational institutions that serve as revenue streams for the terrorist group. FETÖ has a considerable presence abroad, particularly in the U.S., where it runs a chain of charter schools that are also a huge source of income for the terrorist group. The terrorist group relies on a global network of schools and businesses for new recruits, lobbying and financing its activities. Turkey says
Thursday, December 5, 2019
|Mueller has been protecting the Gulen Movement since he|
was head of FBI 2001. No one familiar with Muellers history
of defending the Gulen Movement was surprised he stepped into the
the Turkey Gate and it became a FAKE Russian Hoax with no proof