A warrant for Fethullah Gülen, the leader of the worldwide Gülenist crime network and a Gülenist former police officer Emre Uslu has been issued to arrest
Istanbul Public Prosecution has issued a warrant for Gülen Gang leader Fethullan Gülen and Emre Uslu along with other 80 people for being a member to a terrorist organization, spying and staging a coup against the governemnt. Prosecution has applied to the Istanbul Criminal Court. This would be the second warrant issued for Fethullah Gülen so far.
Fethullah Gülen, the leader of the worldwide Gülenist crime network is considered to be the first suspect in the case. The discharged police officer Emre Uslu, on the other hand, is accused of being linked to the terrorist organization.
Gülen Gang linked police officers are responsible for convicting hundreds of soldiers, politicians and journalists in the past decade through arranged trials such as Ergenekon and Balyoz.
Former Chief of General Staff İsmail Hakkı Karadayı and Hüseyin Kıvrıkoğlu, former Navy Commanders Admirals Vural Bayazıt and Bülent Alpkaya, Kemalist journalists Yılmaz Özdil, Uğur Dündar, Soner Yalçın, Nihat Genç and Mehmet Faraç from Aydınlık were detected to be wiretapped in scope of the Gülenists illegal wiretapping operations.
Gülenist media organs were also aimed at the citizens gathering in the city squares across Turkey for the demand of democracy during the Gezi Park protests which are the most massive peaceful civil commotion of Turkish history.