Sedat Peker, who was convicted for organised criminal activity in 2007 in Turkey, has broadcast a series of videos via his personal YouTube account. He has been in exile in Dubai for the last two weeks.
He released allegations against well-known figures in Turkey including Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu, former Interior Minister Mehmet Agar and his son Tolga Agar – MP from ruling AKP.
“You will be defeated by a camera on a tripod” says Peker.
Mehmet Agar’s drug trafficking and illegal confiscation of a marina; Tolga Agar’s cover up about the death of a journalist who filed a complaint of sexual assault against him are among some of the revelations of Peker.
But Peker’s main target is Interior Minister Soylu. He claims that he heavily invested in Soylu in politics for the last 20 years, so much that he even is at odds with Berat Albayrak (Erdogan’s son in law) because of his support of Soylu which was going to be a license to get him back into the country. The Criminal leader also said that Soylu tipped him off about a legal action targeting himself so that he could escape abroad.
Furthermore Peker doesn’t stop there, he exposes public offices of criminal activity, confesses that he is accustomed to such practices and even shared videos and exposed an individual close to the government who publicly denied speaking to him.
Peker’s expose of senior Ministers and those close to Erdogan demonstrate the scale of corruption and illegality within the ruling AKP.