Turkish-Armenian blogger sentenced to...

Turkish-Armenian blogger sentenced to Turkish prison for blasphemy

There are 3 comments on the CNN story from May 23, 2013, titled Turkish-Armenian blogger sentenced to Turkish prison for blasphemy. In it, CNN reports that:

Turkish journalists protest by the Syrian Embassy in Ankara on August 31, to demand the release of two Turkish reporters.

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Deloraine, Australia

#1 May 23, 2013
Turkey will have to convict herself for protecting real Blasphemy of the Young Turks for declaring a Sham JIHAD on 12 Nov 1914 to enter a WAR of AGGRESSION and as an OFFICIAL SANCTION to exterminate the Christian population.

Illawong, Australia

#2 May 24, 2013
Quote from the article:

"He (Nisanyan)said he is currently appealing a dozen convictions with sentences that add up to 20 years in jail."

Well, what is there anymore to comment ... it looks like a falsifier like the commentator before me ...


Deloraine, Australia

#3 May 24, 2013
Looks like some idiot keeps changing names and characters to be funny.

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