It turned out that the person who allegedly had racist statements written on the door of his house in Mersin, such as “Get out, Kurdish, Alevi, death”, carried out the incident himself. The person admitted that he had taken this action with the thought that his asylum request might be accepted.
According to the information received, EA, who lived on a site in the Menteş District of the central Yenişehir district on September 11, applied to the police alleging that a sign was written on the door of his house in the concierge’s apartment, saying ‘Get out, Kurdish, Alevi, death’.
While the event, which was also broadcast on social media, drew great reaction, it was also reported in some media organs.
As a result of the investigation and research conducted by the Mersin Police Department regarding the incident, it was determined that the person who carried out the incident was EA, the owner of the residence.
He did it thinking that his asylum request would be accepted.
In his statement at the police station, it was learned that the detained person confessed that he was planning to go abroad as a fugitive, that he thought that his asylum request would be accepted in this way, therefore he had written the article himself and then reported it.
The suspect, who was sent to the courthouse on charges of ‘inciting the people to hatred and hostility’, was arrested after the proceedings.