Recep Cetin has admitted that he murdered two women from Ireland, but that is not the point of this post. What is noteworthy is that in his complaint here, Cetin seems to assume that Christians are not, as a matter of course, treated the same way Muslims are in Turkey. Now where did he get that idea? Islamic law mandates second-class status and institutionalizes discrimination for Christians and other non-Muslims, but with Islamic apologists in the West strenuously denying that that is really the case, one wonders where Cetin got this crazy idea. Has he been reading "Islamophobic" literature?
A CONFESSED Turkish killer of two Irish women asked for reporters to be banned from his trial because media reports were "depressing him".
THE request came shortly after the defendant, former waiter Recep Cetin, admitted the charges of murdering Marion Graham and Kathy Dinsmore, both 53 and from Newry, Co Down, in August 2011, at the Fifth High Criminal Court in Izmir, Turkey.
Recep Cetin, appearing in court alongside his alleged accomplice father, Erup Cetin, appealed for the media to be banned because of the effect reports were having on his mental health.
He complained he was being treated like, "a Christian, an atheist or communist" in the trial.
"I am a Muslim. My father is innocent, yet he has been in prison for one and a half years. Camera records show my father was not at the scene," he added....