The headline making the rounds today about this woman from Ontario and her facebooks posts being the reason for her arrest, just didn’t pass muster. I was suspicious. Of course. So I read through a few varying news articles and an entirely different picture emerged.
Cavorting with PKK.
A recognized terrorist organization. Wreaking havoc all over the place!
|Ece Heper is shown in a handout photo provided by Emrah Bayram|
But hey let’s pretend this is about freedom of speech and bad Erdogan rather then oh let’s say links to terrorists and terrorism
Just the facts:
Heper had been spending more time in Turkey over the past year, her friends said, after befriending a man in southern Turkey, near the Syrian border. She told friends the man had been in exile and living in a Kurdish region in Syria’s north.She told ‘friends” the man lived in exile- but that’s not the truth either as you will see. That's one lie already.
Heper’s friends said she was living in Mardin, a city in southeastern Turkey, but travelled to Kars to get the man’s wife and bring her to visit him in jail. She was arrested in the woman’s home around 10 a.m., her friends said.
This isn’t about ‘freedom of expression’ which we have none of here in Canada-
The man has gone from being in exile to being in jail? Did she really go to get the man’s wife to visit? Was this even the wife of the man in jail?
The question is, what was Ece Heper really up to?
Was she assisting or enabling the PKK in pulling off yet another terror attack in Turkey?
Delivering money? Materials? Can't be sure. Whatever she was up to with her PKK affiliates - the story about her arrest being over face book comments is nonsense to distract from her real activities
"Heper has a log home in Norwood, Ont., about 150 kilometres northeast of Toronto"
Wonder how much that log home set her back?
Perhaps she should have just stayed home with her 5 dogs
Just a thought..
The arrest of this woman coincides/matches up with the arrest of 18 PKK affiliates for the Izmir bombing
Turkey's justice minister says authorities have detained at least 18 people in connection with an attack in the Aegean coastal city of Izmir this week that left a police officer and a courthouse employee dead.