Prosecutor says no court verdict to wiretap PM's son

There is no verdict for physical tracking and wiretapping regarding Bilal Erdogan within the scope of the anti-graft investigation, the Office of Istanbul’s Chief Public Prosecutor said

There is no verdict for physical tracking and wiretapping regarding Bilal Erdogan within the scope of the anti-graft investigation, the Office of Istanbul’s Chief Public Prosecutor said

ISTANBUL - There is not any court verdict for physical tracking and wiretapping for the son of Turkey`s prime minister.

Office of Istanbul’s Chief Public Prosecutor said on Thursday that there is no verdict for physical tracking and wiretapping regarding Bilal Erdogan, son of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who bore testimony as part of the December 25 anti-graft investigation.

Authorized under the Turkish Anti-terror Law, Istanbul’s Deputy Chief Public Prosecutor is carrying out the December 25 anti-graft investigation.

On Thursday, Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdogan said the recent wiretapping scandal, the fabricated voice records, and the anti-graft operations in Turkey are targeting the upcoming March 30 local elections.

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