The Individual Who Assassinated Hrant Dink May Be Released From Prison

Even if Armenians forget that they neighbor a tribe that has dreamed and acted for hundreds of years to exterminate the Armenian ethnos, it will still not be possible to completely euthanize their consciousness. And this is despite the efforts of internal enemies with Armenian surnames that act in the same interests.

This will not happen because the Turks’ consistent actions will never allow the consciousness of Armenians to be completely euthanized. Judge for yourself!

The Turkish nationalist who assassinated Hrant Dink may soon be released from prison

Ogün Samast, a Turkish nationalist who assassinated Istanbul-Armenian intellectual and founder of the “Agos” newspaper Hrant Dink on January 19, 2007, is likely to be released from prison.

According to the Turkish news agency T24, Samast who has been sentenced to 13 years and 5 months in prison has 1 year and 9 months of the sentence remaining. However, he may be released on parole in nine months.

In the meantime, the trial of a number of senior law enforcement officials in the Dink murder case continues.

Lawyers representing the family and interests of the Armenian intellectual from Istanbul continue to argue that the assassination had been planned in advance, and law enforcement agencies, aware of the plans, did not prevent it.

Another neighboring formation (Azerbaijan) also does not lag behind its tribal brother. While the individual that calls himself the Prime Minister of Armenia is pondering how to benefit the people of the mentioned formation and praising its leader, the Azerbaijani military bombards the Berkaber town in Tavush Province from large-caliber weapons, damaging residential buildings.

This was announced by the press secretary of the Ministry of Defense of Armenia Shushan Stepanyan on Facebook. According to her, after response fire from the Armenian border units, the enemy’s fire was suppressed. There were no victims from the Armenian side.

The historic walls of Tigranakert once again plundered

Furthermore, cultural heritage on the territory of Historical Armenia is still being wiped out – as has long been traditional, if not innate for the Turkish tribe.

The Ministry of Culture and Tourism made a statement about the stealing of stones on the historical wall of Tigranakert, a city in Historical Armenia that is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

It is known that the wall was built back in the times of the Hurrians (or Harin-Arartzi) and is considered the second longest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China.

Measures were taken to locate those who committed this crime. As a result of a police investigation, 10 trucks loaded with stones were found. By the order of the governor of the province and the city’s mayor, 13 million 500 thousand lira were allocated for the restoration of the wall.

P.S. 13 million 500 thousand lira – not a bad amount, right? Gives food for thought!

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