4 Killed in Turkey University attack

Turkey has arrested tens of thousands of people for alleged links to the coup and dismissed more than 110,000 others from government jobs, including universities. Turkey’s Hurriyet daily newspaper quoted Cemil Yucel, the dean who escaped the attack, as saying that Bayar was “mentally unstable” and constantly lodged complaints against staff members.

“He was a frightening person,” Yucel told the newspaper. Ayse Aypay, an education professor at the university, described the attacker as an alleged Gulen supporter who made false accusations against colleagues.

She told journalists at the campus that her husband was dismissed from his teaching position at Osmangazi and jailed for more than five months over Bayar’s false accusations that he was a Gulen follower.

Aypay went on to accuse the university of “protecting” Bayar and not taking any action against him for more than a year. Regional governor Ozdemir Cakacak said three prosecutors had been assigned to investigate the case.


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