Acquittal decisions finalized in match-fixing case in football

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In the ‘match-fixing’ case, which will be seen again after the Supreme Court’s reversal, the court finalized the acquittal of 36 defendants, including Aziz Yıldırım, for organizational crime.

The court, conforming to the decision of the 5th Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court of Appeals, which decided to annul the Trabzonspor and its affiliates, who went to appeal, would not be involved in the case, finalized the acquittal verdict for ‘membership in the organization’.

The “match fixing” case that will be seen again will be seen through “match fixing”.

The Istanbul 13th High Criminal Court acquitted 36 suspects, including former Fenerbahçe Sports Club President Aziz Yıldırım, on October 9, 2015, as a result of the re-trial in the “match-fixing in football” case. hükmetmişti. The decision made by the court had been distorted recently by the 5th Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court due to lack of procedure.

The trial held by the Istanbul 13th High Criminal Court in the ‘match-fixing’ case, the verdict of acquittal against 36 defendants, including the former Fenerbahçe Sports Club President Aziz Yıldırım, was decided on 9 October 2015. because of the past days.

History of the event

The FETO fugitive allegedly organized a match-fixing and organized crime organization in the Super League and Bank Asya 1st League in the 2010-2011 season as part of the “match fixing” investigation launched on July 3, 2011 with the instructions of the former Istanbul Public Prosecutor Zekeriya Öz.

A large number of people, including former Fenerbahçe Sports Club President Aziz Yıldırım, were detained on 3 July 2011 as part of the investigation. On 2 July 2012, Yıldırım was sentenced to 6 years and 3 months in prison for ‘forming an organization’.

The 5th Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court of Appeals, which carried out an appeal review of the decision of the Istanbul 16th High Criminal Court on 85 defendants, had approved the sentences imposed on the defendants Aziz Yılım and Olgun Peker, and decided to drop, break and approve the other defendants.

After the removal of the special prosecutor’s office and the courts, Yıldırım applied to the Istanbul 18th High Criminal Court on 21 April 2014 with a request to be tried and postponed to the Istanbul 18th High Criminal Court on the allegation that a caliper was established for him and his club. In the case again, the Istanbul 13th High Criminal Court ruled that 36 defendants, including Yıldırım, were acquitted in the case.



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