The third hearing in the murder case of university student Sule Cet, who lost her life after falling off from the 20th floor of a high-rise building in Ankara in May 2018, was held in the Turkish capital on Wednesday.
Ahead of the trial, which was deferred until October 16, a number of women's organisations rallied outside the Ankara High Criminal Court to demand justice for the 22-year old... Еще student.
«We are gathered here today in front of the Ankara courthouse for the third hearing of the Sule Cet case. Like you all followed, Sule Cet was killed by her rapist Cagatay Aksu. Despite the evidence, we are facing a typical 'male justice' in the Sule Cet case. The judge, as a representative of 'male justice', is continuing the case with a reduced sentence for good behaviour», said one of the speakers at the protest.
Wednesday's hearing started with the introduction of the defendants Cagatay Aksu and Berk Akand, followed by the reading of a report put together by Mersin University Forensic Medicine experts, which reportedly suggests that the male DNA found on Cet belonged to Berk Akand.