By Brandon TurbevilleTempting fate and risking both prosecution and shut down, Turkey’s Cumhuriyet newspaper has recently revealed yet more evidence that Turkey is collaborating directly with ISIS terrorists and assisting them across the border into Syria.The Turkish paper has published new transcripts of telephone conversations between Turkish military officers and ISIS/”jihadist” fighters.These documents allegedly stem from a court case currently moving through the Turkish judicial system in the Ankara 3rd High Criminal Court relating to the Islamic State. The investigation apparently began when six Turkish citizens reported to law enforcement officials that their family members had joined ISIS. Around 19 people were monitored as a result and 27 individuals were charged. Cumhuriyet published the first batch of documents in December, 2015 which were subsequently reported by the independent and alternative media in the West.
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