Orhan Phamuk Involved As Aggrieved Not To Take Part In Court Hearing

ORHAN PHAMUK INVOLVED AS AGGRIEVED NOT TO TAKE PART IN COURT HEARING OF HRANT DINK’S MURDER CASE

Noyan Tapan
Armenians Today
Jun 14 2007

ISTANBUL, JUNE 14, NOYAN TAPAN – ARMENIANS TODAY. The Turkish writer,
Nobel prize winner Orhan Phamuk, will not take part in the court
hearing of the murder case of Hrant Dink, the former editor-in-chief
of the Weekly "Akos".

This information was provided by the Cihan agency.

Orhan Phamuk, expressing his position as an aggrieved party, gave a
statement through his lawyer Haluk Inanj that he can not take part
in the court hearing to be held on July 2 because of his busy working
schedule in abroad.

It should also be mentioned that Yasin Hayal, the defendant charged
with Dink’s murder, threatened Orhan Phamuk saying: "Phamuk should
show some sense." On the basis of this statement, the court has
decided to involve Orhan Phamuk in the case as an aggrieved party.

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