Detained on suspicion of “RedHack” membership, 12 suspects have been asked of RedHack’s Twitter accounts in the prosecution questioning. Hacking of Minister Albayrak’s e-mails haven’t been asked. Six people have been released.
Speaking to bianet, their attorneys Fırat Durak said no solid evidence as to RedHack membership charge was presented and no question was asked about any evidence. “We saw that they have no proof”, Durak said.
Confidentiality order was issued due to e-mail hacking
Attorney Durak stated that a confidentiality order was issued with respect to hacking of emails of Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Berat Albayrak, however, no question was posed to the suspects of this matter.
“What do you know about RedHack?”
Furthermore, attorney Durak said the questions “Who is using Twitter accounts?”, “Who do the codes names belong to?”, “Who released the documents on Twitter?”, “What do you know about RedHack?” about RedHack hacker group.
Durak added that the six people were tried and acquitted of a RedHack case earlier and they hadn’t met with different questions than these that time as well.
The six people were tried over RedHack case in 2013. (AS/TK)