People who said they were not the victims of any offences were frequently called upon to give statements as “plaintiffs.”
Hitherto unseen legal measures were also taken in the psychological warfare campaign against Adnan Oktar. For instance, despite having told the Prosecutor’s Office time and time again that they had not been subjected to any offences and that they had no charges to press, some people were referred to as plaintiffs in statements by third parties. People aged around 40 were called on to make statements over and over again, despite already having done so, as “plaintiffs.” This is another psychological warfare technique, and the third parties involved were directed by psychological war exponents.
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