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White House spokesperson Jen Psaki was implicated in 2015 criminal conspiracy case in Turkey


An allegation of conspiracy leveled against Jen Psaki, the current White House press secretary, by a Turkish prosecutor in 2015 continues to echo in the criminal justice system in Turkey today, a review of court documents has revealed. The first shot at Psaki, at the time spokesperson for the U.S. Department of State, was fired by then-Istanbul Deputy Chief Public Prosecutor Ismail Uçar, who cited Psaki’s remarks about anti-government protests in Turkey as criminal evidence in an indictment in 2015. The prosecutor’s depiction of Psaki’s comments as part of a global conspiracy against the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government…

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