Erdogan’s efficient purge

Knowing who to purge so quickly is a remarkable investigative task.  Erdogan and this administration should be running the world.

“Overnight Turkish president Erdogan’s counter-coup witch hunt continued, when thousands of police officers were suspended on Monday, widening a systemic purge of Erdogan’s enemies first in the armed forces and then judiciary after a failed military coup, now focusing on the interior police force, and raising concern among European allies that it was abandoning the rule of law. Reuters reports that at least 8,000 police officers have been removed from their posts, in addition to 1,500 at the ministry of finance, on suspicion of links to Friday’s coup.”

Source: Erdogan Purges 8,000 Cops As Europe Voices Concern Coup Was Staged With “Prepared Arrest Lists”

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