Ahmet Şık

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Person.png Ahmet ŞıkRdf-icon.png
(investigative journalist)
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NationalityTurkish
Interests • Gülen movement
• Ergenikon
A Turkish investigator into Ergenikon who was arrested for involvement in the group after writing a book about the Gülen movement.

Ahmet Şık wrote a book, "Imamin Ordusu" (The Imam's Army), which alleges that the Gülen movement had infiltrated Turkey's security forces.

Arrest

Ahmet Şık was arrested and drafts of the book were confiscated and its possession was banned. Şık was charged with being part of Ergenekon, despite being an investigator of the plot before his arrest.[1]

Abdullah Bozkurt, from the Gülen movement newspaper Today's Zaman, accused Ahmet Şık of not being "an investigative journalist" conducting "independent research," but of hatching "a plot designed and put into action by the terrorist network itself."[2]



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