Christopher Jon Bjerknes
Back in April of 2007, I exposed the fact that the Doenmeh controlled the military of Turkey and were planning a coup d'etat:
After I published my article, evidence of the coup plot was discovered, in June of 2007. This has led to prosecutions.
Hurriyet Daily News reports:
"The [Ergenekon] gang is alleged to have sought to topple the government by staging a coup in 2009 by spreading chaos and mayhem beforehand."--"General freed on lack of evidence in Ergenekon", Hurriyet Daily News, (8 February 2009) http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/english/domestic/10956443.asp?scr=1
The alleged members of the Egenekon are named in a booklet, which is available online. I would appreciate it if someone would e-mail me a link to website which publishes the contents of this booklet. Today's Zaman reports:
"The court's statement on the release said that Tolon's possession of the copy of a 29-page booklet allegedly showing the structure of Ergenekon, which was listed as the prosecution's primary evidence against him, could not be accepted as convincing evidence to establish that Tolon was a senior member of the criminal organization because the same document is available on many Web sites."--"Ergenekon suspect Hurşit Tolon released from jail", Today's Zaman, (9 February 2009), http://www.todayszaman.com/tz-web/detaylar.do?load=detay&link=166422&bolum=100