Turkey Twitter trial
April 20th, 2014

On Monday 21 April, the author of this report will be in a courtroom in Izmir Turkey, observing the second hearing in the ‘Twitter case’ against 29 men and women who are being accused of ‘inciting the public to break the law’. 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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