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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Coup in Turkey: Erdogan planned to kill


The organizers of the coup in Turkey was planning to kill the President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a hotel in the resort of Marmaris, where he was on vacation. For these purposes, the hotel had sent three helicopter 25-TEW military.

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As informs TV channel Al Jazeera, at the disposal of journalists turned out to be the correspondence of the organizers of the rebellion.

“The organizers of the rebellion were sent to the hotel three helicopters from the military to kill or arrest President Erdogan. About 25 soldiers went down to the hotel on ropes from helicopters. However, the SWAT team guarding the President of Turkey and entered into battle with the coup, foiled an attempt of capture”, – informs television channel.

Source Al Jazeera added that the President Erdogan had to leave the hotel 30 minutes before the attack – he urgently made his vacation and returned to Istanbul.

The President missed the death literally in a matter of minutes,” said the source.

Watch the video on “Turkey under martial law: over Istanbul fly combat helicopters”

Turkish television reported the introduction of martial law in the country. The streets of Istanbul moves military vehicles and tanks. Fly in the sky military aircraft. Heard the shots.

The recall attempt of state coup took place in Turkey on the night of 16 July. As reported by the acting head of the General staff of the country, a coup was organized by the officers of the air force and military police in the dead are more than 200 people, another 2.5 thousand detained.

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