On Monday 21 April, the author of this report will be in a courtroom in Izmir Turkey, observing the second hearing in the â€˜Twitter caseâ€™ against 29 men and women who are being accused of â€˜inciting the public to break the lawâ€™. Their crime? Sending out tweets during the first few days of the Gezi Park protests last June. If found guilty, they could face up to 3 years in prison. Read more at Amnesty’s global human rights blog LiveWire.
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