The police raid that ended with the “removal” of a packet of cocaine from Adnan Oktar’s home took place on 10 July, 1991. Yet the 10 July, 1991, edition of daily Sabah carried a lead story of an exceedingly detailed but entirely fictitious “cocaine scenario.” Bearing in mind that the newspaper was prepared the night before, the fact that it PUBLISHED A “COCAINE SCENARIO” BEFORE ANY “COCAINE DISCOVERY” HAD EVEN BEEN MADE shows that it serves the psychological campaign initiated by the force that carried out the cocaine conspiracy against Adnan Oktar. Before “cocaine” was ever “found” in the plot against Mr. Adnan Oktar, daily Sabah published a cocaine scenario under a banner headline.
When the report came out, Adnan Oktar was in detention. 48 HOURS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THAT REPORT COCAINE WAS DETERMINED IN ADNAN OKTAR’S BLOOD, ADMINISTERED BY BEING MIXED IN WITH HIS FOOD WHILE HE WAS IN DETENTION. The publication of such a fictitious cocaine scenario at a time when no cocaine had even been mentioned, shows that it was intended to serve the psychological warfare campaign initiated by the forces that set the plot in motion.
The cocaine plot against Adnan Oktar announced its coming beforehand. Imaginative reports about cocaine parties appeared in the press before the finding of cocaine in his home and cocaine being mixed in with his food. Yet before that no reference to cocaine had ever appeared in the press. The infamous cocaine plot against Adnan Oktar, while he was in detention, was set in motion 48 hours after this report concerning cocaine.