Sunday, June 20, 2021

Turkish mobster Sedat Peker alleges 'Deep State' cocaine coverup

In May Panamanian cops seized 616kg of cocaine on its way from Ecuador to a port in Turkey’s southern Mersin provice.
The drugs were worth some $265m.The cocaine was hidden in cases of bananas. In June last year, Colombia seized 4.9 tons of cocaine, again destined for Turkey. No arrests were made in Turkey for either seizure. Turkish mafia boss Sedat Peker claims that a government loyalist clique (Pelicanists) and minister Mehmet Ağar were involved.
“The head of our deep state, Mr Mehmet Ağar, apparently doesn’t know where to send the narcotics police,” he said.

There were no arrests.
Turkey's trade minister, Mehmet Muş, recently announced that 1.1 tons of cocaine was seized at Mersin, dubbing it the largest seizure in Turkish history. As a result of international intelligence, the cocaine was discovered in a container of bananas aboard a ship arriving from Ecuador. The largest seizure was 800kg of cocaine in 2018 at Mersin, with no arrests. Sedat Peker
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Berat Albayrak In 2019, Mersin police seized 615kg of cocaine at the port, with no arrests.

The group referred to as Pelicanists, named after the 1992 book the Pelican Brief, is a network focused mainly on slandering opponents of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The group is believed to be led by Erdoğan’s son-in-law and former finance minister Berat Albayrak and his brother Serhat Albayrak, who heads Turkuvaz Media Group, one of the largest media conglomerates in the country.
Serhat Albayrak