Guerrilla Attacks Against Intelligence Agency and Police in Turkey

Published January 19, 2020

Guerrilla Attacks Against Intelligence Agency and Police in Turkey

The Şehit Sorxwin Roboski Revenge Unit have issued a written statement January, 18, 2020, announcing that 3 members of the Turkish police were killed following a sabotage action against an armored police vehicle in Osmaniye. The statement from the Revenge Unit is as follows:

“Members of the Şehit Sorxwin Roboski Revenge Unit carried out a sabotage action against a scorpion type armored police vehicle on the main highway of Osmaniye’s Karaçay neighborhood on January 16th at 20:30PM. As a result of this successful sabotage action, 3 police officers were killed and 2 others were injured.

The police, who are affiliated with the Kurdish murdering AKP government, sealed off the scene with curtains in order to hide their losses. Reports of the “dead and wounded” that appeared in regional media and on TV news were removed by the Turkish state.

As the Şehit Sorxwin Roboski Revenge Unit, we will continue to expand our revenge actions until we realize the dreams and goals of our martyrs.”



Turkey

The Şehit Soro Amed Revenge Unit have issued a written statement January 17, 2020, claiming responsibility for an IED attack on January 13th in the Bahçelievler district of Istanbul against a car carrying 2 MIT (National Intelligence Organization) personnel. As a result of the attack, the 2 MIT personnel were seriously wounded:

“On January 13th, members of the Şehit Soro Amed Revenge Unit carried out an action with an improvised explosive device against 2 MIT employees in the Bahçelievler district of Istanbul. Our unit members targeted the 2 MIT personnel while they were in their vehicle. As a result of our action, the 2 MIT personnel were seriously injured and their vehicle was damaged.

The AKP-MHP government tried to cover up the truth about the attack by reporting the lie that it was an accident caused by the vehicle’s LPG tube exploding.

All MIT elements in Turkey and Kurdistan should be aware that we will continue our actions against all collaborators who work for them.”



From: Anarchists Wordlwide