BREAKING – Turkey Investigates Man Who Killed Russian Ambassador, Obama Connection CONFIRMED
Is President Barack Obama may be more deeply involved in the murder of Andrey Karlov, the Russian Ambassador, than meets the eye?
Intelligence experts from the Turkish government have discovered Mevlut Mert Altintas, the police officer, who shot at point blank range and killed a Russian ambassador at the opening of an art gallery in Ankara, was part of an effort to get the Obama administration to grant asylum to Fetullah Gulen.
He was the Turkish Muslim imam who was deemed responsible for the failed coup in Turkey.
According to a report by WND, the 22-year-old police officer, who shouted “Allah Akbar” before killing Putin’s ambassador, was involved in one of the pay-to-play schemes at Hillary Clinton’s State Department. The pay-to-play scheme reportedly involved attempts to garner Hillary’s support of the asylum for Fetullah Gulen.
Their attempts apparently succeeded. Mevlut Mert Altintasm’s cohort is now reportedly living in Saylorsborg, Pennsylvania. The good folks of that Pennsylvania city probably have no idea such a radical man with ties to the cold-blooded murder of a Russian official, is living in their midst.
Sources close to the Turkish government told WND that Altintas became a police officer in Turkey in 2012. Gulen’s group came to power in 2014 and was known as the Fetullah Terrorist Organiation (FETO).
The Turkish intelligence officers tasked with investigating the murder of the Russian ambassador to Turkey have reportedly found a direct and deep connection between the shooter and Fetullah Gulen’s group. The evidence is believed to include multiple books, written by Gulen, found at Altintas’ home. Investigators also, reportedly, learned the killer’s sister has shared FETO supportive posts on social media. The posts reportedly urged radical Islamic militants to launch violent terrorist attacks in not just Turkey, but elsewhere around the globe.
Mevlut Mert Altintas was living in Ankara in an apartment, which was owned by a fugitive FETO member, Abdullah Bozkurt. The fugitive was, reportedly, a representative for FETO’s English-language propaganda newspaper, Today’s Zaman – which translates to, Today’s Time. It is published daily in Turkey.
Turkish investigators are still attempting to unlock the cellphone, owned by the killer of the Russian ambassador. If the agents can unlock the phone, they believe they will garner access to the shooter’s text and voicemail messages and contact list.
They are hoping to learn if more connections to Turkish government agencies exist – and, perhaps, if the killer has additional links with the Obama administration.
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