Organized crime leader organization Sedat Peker was allegedly caught in an operation supported by MIT. Security sources, on the other hand, remain silent about the allegations that Peker was caught.
Organized crime leader organization Sedat Peker was allegedly caught in an operation supported by MIT. Emre Olur, known for his closeness to Peker, denied the “caught” claims shared by some accounts on social media. Barış Pehlivan, on the other hand, said that Peker was detained in Dubai and that no one knew about his whereabouts.
Social media is awash with allegations that Sedat Peker has been caught. According to the allegations, an MIT-supported operation was carried out in Peker’s house in the United Arab Emirates. It is claimed that Peker was caught here and will be brought to Turkey.
In the meantime, it turned out that the “detention” photos of some accounts were not correct after the news about Sedat Peker’s arrest was published. Here is that photo and the truth:
Emre Olur: Meeting with Dubai officials
Emre Olur, who is known to be close to Sedat Peker, denied the allegations that Sedat Peker was caught. Barış Pehlivan, who talked about his meeting with Emre Olur in the live broadcast of Halk TV, said that Olur is a name close to Sedat Peker and that statements on this subject are important. Here are the words of Pehlivan;
“Emre Olur, who does not hide his closeness to Sedat Peker, claims that he was caught by the Turkish authorities is not true. The allegation that he was taken from his residence by the Dubai authorities, that he was an invitation, as I understand it, and that he was detained. He shared with me that he did not return, that he did not have any information about the whereabouts of those in his residence and that his phone could not be reached.”