North Cyprus Law | FFF case thrown out

North Cyprus Law | FFF case thrown outWITHOUT PREJUDICE

After two years of attending court on charges that we somewhat tenuous, today the judge at Famagusta District Court dismissed the case against Koray Basdogrultmaci and Cinel Senem Husseyin. They were arrested in June 2013 for flying three flags of the Republic outside their home and shop in Famagusta.

They faced charges of disturbing the peace, non recognition of the breakaway regime, and conspiracy to undermine and insult the breakaway regime. The latter charge was added only this month.

The prosecution has 14 days in which to lodge an Appeal against his decision with the High Court.

Well done Cinel and Koray for standing up for what is right. What saddens me is that it took over two years
for the ‘powers that be’ to realise what a nonsense this case was.

Pauline Read

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56 comments to North Cyprus Law | FFF case thrown out

  • Miltiades

    Wonderfy news !!

  • Polly Marples

    The point is that they stood up for what they believed in….good for them.

  • Miltiades

    I hope than one day the only flag flying in all of Cyprus will be the Cypriot flag and that those embracing the foreign Greek and Turkish flags do us all a great favour and po to their respective motherlands.

  • Wallet and Gromit

    The Turkish flag is the best option. all those years with little if any trouble.

    The Treaty of Sèvres corrupted Cyprus and led to the people like Makarios and Sampson with their mad ideas.

    Goodbye to the “Cypriot” flag and the Greek flag and most importantly good riddance to the EU and its so called flag and anthem!

    Blame the UK as usual.

    That is the real truth.

  • Miltiades

    Another ….sophisticated peasant offers his stupid views!!
    Go back to your daily SUN !!

  • fluter

    Oh, and what newspaper does your highly-intelligent self recommend?

    Maybe the Beano?

  • Miltiades

    The same newspaper you grew up eating your fish and chips out off !!

  • Wallet and Gromit

    Here we go again, The “ROC” that you refer to ceased to exist in 1965 need we go there again?

    Maybe you should read the paper your “giros” comes in…

  • Polly Marples

    Our armchair patriot still spouting his bile…well let’s face it, he has had bugger all to do with
    shaping the future of his country of birth.

  • Miltiades

    Stupidity is your trade mark.
    The ROC, a member of the UN, the EU, the Commonwealth, is recognized by the world over. It appears only cheapskates with one singular rustly brain cell refuse to accept this irrefutable fact, there again what would one expect from the lowest class of Brits !!!!

  • Polly Marples

    Better low class than no class…Mutley.

    You really have contributed nothing to your country of birth and bugger all to the one whose hospitality you now enjoy.

  • Wallet and Gromit

    Surely it should be known as “The Greek Cypriot Administration” because that is all it is, even the UN refers to it as such.
    Recognition in name only, mainly because it suits the parties involved.
    Delusions of Grandeur, members of the UN and Commonwealth before 1960, became a member of the EU due to Greek blackmail, the lying Papadopolous and the stupidity of the EU Commissioner for enlargement Guenter Verheugen who believed he would get a yes vote.

  • fluter

    Shouldn’t think he has contributed anything to anything.

    Certainly not this board.

    Doesn’t he realise that the TRNC exists? Come and have a look Socrates. It is there!

  • Miltiades

    Two idiots concur !!
    The word ” Greek” does not appear on my CY ID or on the IDs held by more than 60,000 Turkish Cypriots.

    ” Shouldn’t think he has contributed anything to anything.”

    You know SFA about me you idiot!

    “Doesn’t he realise that the TRNC exists? ”
    The northern parts of Cyprus have existed for thousands of years and will exist for ever, the pseudo state will not.

    Time to pack your bags and head for your dingy council estates, you ignorant peasants !

  • fluter

    Dear God, you are so thick!

  • Miltiades

    Is that all you can manage ? Mind you with one only semi functioning brain cell you are excused!!

  • fluter

    No, that is not all I can manage. I was simply emulating you!

    I reckon your own IQ must be pretty low, hence your constant torrent of repetitive, infantile abuse.

    You are simply unable to converse in a reasonable manner.

  • Miltiades

    Interacting with complete and utter morons there is for me one only mode of responce. STFU and go back to your dingy council estate!

  • fluter

    And there you have it folks! Same old rubbish, unable to think constructively. Even when you think he has said something constructive, you realise he has copy-and-pasted something.

    As dim as a Toc H lamp.

  • Miltiades

    Substantiate your stupid wisecracks and maybe someone as stupid as you, AM comes to mind, might become subservient to your utter ignorance!

  • fluter

    Substantiate what you oaf?

    Oh dear. Council house tenants, peasants, weekly bath etc etc etc …….

    With every post you make, you display your own crassness.

    Why don’t you give it a rest, then make some sensible posts, and people might just begin to respect you.

    Maybe ……..

  • AM

    Hey Milti,.. Just returned from a lovely place today called TRNC,.. not been for about 9 months but my my what progress is being made, the place looks different by the day.
    Can’t really see this place going anywhere but up

    And another thing I,ve not seen before is when we landed at Ercan there was our plane, one on taxi to the runway and 5 stood on the tarmac and we we took off today the board was advertising no less than 12 arrivals from 7am to 4.30 am.

    The place is buzzing… you need to visit and check it out. 🙂

  • Miltiades

    Direct flights, No doubt !!!!

  • cyprusishome

    There are “direct flights” every day from all over Europe. Always has been!!!!!!!

  • Miltiades

    Via Turkey you ignorant peasant !!

  • AM

    You really are as thick as pudding arn’t you Milti 🙂

  • Miltiades

    Why don’t you spend some time cleaning out your shed, you peasant !!

  • cyprusishome

    Problem is that when your level of education leads you to only read the Beano & Dandy you would never understand the international airline definition of “Direct Flights”.

  • Miltiades

    Its a bit like direct debit is it not? First it goes to one account and then finds its way to the other!!!
    With your highly …develped education you should understand this !!


    Air travel that carries a single flight number but (unlike a non-stop flight) involves one or more stopovers although it (unlike an indirect flight) does not involve a change of aircraft.

  • cyprusishome

    Bloomin’ ‘eck.the Beano carries definitions.

    So there you go, in future use the correct phraseology and you will not confuse yourself!!!!

  • fluter

    Much clearer in the Dandy.

  • AM

    No need to duck Milti,….its straight over your head 🙂

  • Miltiades

    Bunch of senile old peasants have nothing containing the slightest intelligent comment so they revert back to their miserable comic past. You were born low down and you will …expire low …clowns !

  • AM

    It is a little sad to see the demise of this sad bitter and twisted person.
    You can’t imagine that this cretin has had an English education and has been around for nearly 7 decades but resorts to the infantile comments like above.

    You really do need some help Milti,… Psychiatric help.

  • Polly Marples

    Yes thank you Mutley. Did you ever meet your fathers?

  • fluter

    Strange guy. Just have a read of this:

  • Miltiades

    ” Strange guy. Just have a read of this:

    Which part do you find ….strange ?

  • fluter

    Your expectation of special treatment.

    And some of the comments from other members.

  • Miltiades

    Let me elaborate.

    I have been driving on a full UK licence for 44 years.
    I have held a clean record thus far. I have never been convicted of any motoring offence.

    I was on the M5 driving within the legal speed limit of 70 mph. On entering the variable speed zone one must presume that all entrants are driving at 70, some a lot more, no previous warning is given that you are about to enter the variable speed limit, therefore one presumes that most drivers do enter the VSL at about 70. The cameras are placed at the start of the VSL, therefore hundreds of drivers must be caught doing more than 60 mph. A speed trap to generate as much income as possible.

    My 44 years of faultless driving was the reason I refused to attend a course on the dangers of speed.

    I stood by my beliefs and will do so again.

    As for the comments by some plonkers on the CY forum, they are the ISIS supporters, the American and West haters that view me as their enemy because I consider their ” heroes ” as the modern day barbaric savages. I absolutely detest these savages and will express my opinion always.

  • AM

    As I said earlier… thick as pudding !

    So would you enter a 30mph zone coming out of a 40mph zone at “40”
    No you would slow down sooner would you not ?

    The 60 zone of the VSL is clearly visible at least 500yds before entering it so consequently you were driving without due care hence you were busted…. idiot!

  • Miltiades

    In the immortal words of M, go and f…lick your self Stupid !!

  • Polly Marples

    Another ‘special’ Cypriot. You have to laugh. Delusions of grandeur.

  • AM

    You do have to chuckle…
    A Cypriot telling us how to drive 🙂

  • Miltiades

    A poorly educated peasant, an uncouth and socially inadequate moron, an ignorant senile fool who calls him self AM IS NO MATCH FOR Miltiades

    Learn something you ignorant twat maybe you can fathom out , why I loathe the likes of you.

    ” Council of Europe, European Commission of Human Rights, Application Nos. 6780/74 and 6950/75, Cyprus v. Turkey

    The European Commission of Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights have found Turkey guilty of gross violations of several key articles of the European Convention. Turkey is obligated to comply with all decisions of European human rights institutions.

    As a result of the Turkish invasion:
    •36.2 percent of the Republic of Cyprus is under illegal Turkish occupation
    •More than 43,000 Turkish occupation soldiers, equipped with modern weaponry and supported by the Turkish air force and navy are illegally stationed in the occupied area
    •200,000 Greek Cypriot refugees are prevented from returning to their homes and lands
    •162,000 colonists have been illegally transferred to the occupied area by Turkey to alter the demography of the island
    •More than 1,000 persons are still listed as missing
    •The ancient culture of the occupied north has and is still being eradicated to perpetrate the myth that the area is Turkish

    “…the northern part of the island is one of the most highly militarized areas in the world in terms of the ratio between numbers of troops and civilian population”.

    Report of the UN Secretary-General to the Security Council on the United Nations Operation in Cyprus S/1994/680 7 June 1994

  • AM

    And that has what to do with your bad driving ? or is that Turkeys fault as well.

    I take it you did attend the funeral of the TC family in Karsiyaka husband wife and five children thrown down a well and left to die by the GC’s.
    And I do hope you will condemn the now public knowledge of the mines that you scumbags placed has just released…….. only 40yrs late ??

  • Miltiades

    ” And that has what to do with your bad driving ? ”
    What bad driving you stupid flucker !!

  • AM

    Milti, do you hear voices in your head ?

  • Wallet and Gromit

    OK obviously you blame Turkey for everything, but what would the Greek invasion and Nicos Sampson as president have done for Cyprus then?

    Would the world be a better place?

    Where would the country be now?

    Would you have returned without a stain on your driving licence to be the Transport Minister?

  • Miltiades

    The coup was orchestrated by the Greek junta, the vast majority of Cypriots opposed the overthrow of the democratically elected president.

    Turkeys role as a guarantor power was to restore order NOT to occupy a part of Cyprus.

    I have on numerous occasions referred to Turkey as well as Greece as the cancers of Cyprus. Extremists existed and still do on both sides of the divide, Cypriots who are reluctant to embrace Cyprus as their one and only one motherland.

    The entire international community have thus far refused to recognize the puppet state that you Cheapskates enthusiastically do.
    You are the enemies of the Cypriot people, don’t think that you are liked by the T/Cs.

    I consider all cheapskates as parasites, you included.

  • Miltiades

    ” I take it you did attend the funeral of the TC family in Karsiyaka husband wife and five children thrown down a well and left to die by the GC’s.”

    Firstly what is Karsiyaka ?
    Secondly you stupid basket, can you provide a link, non Turkish, to this gruesome act ? Or are you just hearing voices in your brainless head !

  • Polly Marples

    Karisyaka is a village in the Girne region of north Cyprus.

  • Wallet and Gromit

    Oh well Milti, it was going well but “true to form” you finish with an insult.
    Everyone should just ignore you and your insulting postings and maybe, with a bit of luck, you will go away…

  • Miltiades

    Im here to challenge the peasants, in the hope that I may instil some common sense to you lot.

    30,000 of my compatriots joined the British army in WW2, my father included, yes I knew my father unlike some of you. He was injured in action in Egypt and to his dying day was in receipt of war pension from HM Government. Whose side was Turkey on you stupid ignorant peasants ?

    You throw your support behind the occupier of a part of my country and have the audacity to expect me to be civil to you. Get lost you low down peasants !

  • Wallet and Gromit

    Turkey was neutral in WW2 you stupid ignorant Cypriot peasant.

    Friday night is bath night for you UK based stupid ignorant Cypriot peasants, how was yours?

    As your tradition dictates, did you share it with a goat or a donkey and lose the soap a few times?

  • Miltiades

    Im fully conversant with historical events, as for sharing a bath with a goat or a donkey, my 5 year old mastiff would strongly object !!!

    Turkey fully supported the Nazis, indeed as it supports ISIS right now .

  • tomsteel

    Milt, read the article here – The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has 24 military bases in Turkey, which is the western neighbor of the Islamic Republic of Iran, a report says.

    The report, published on the Iran-Balkan news agency (IRBA) on Thursday, listed the names and locations of NATO’s military bases in Turkey and noted that the country has become a regional power.

    NATO’s Incirlik Base, which is located eight kilometers (five miles) east of Adana, Turkey’s fifth largest city, and 56 kilometers (35 miles) from the Mediterranean Sea, is an important regional logistical air base of the alliance.

    Izmir Air Station is the facility of the United States Air Force in Europe (USAFE) in Izmir, located 320 kilometers (200 miles) southwest of Istanbul. Forty-two airplanes and Roland and Hawk missile systems, manned by 300 personnel, are based there.

    The Izmir Air Station is the oldest NATO base in Turkey and its importance has increased in recent years. The headquarters of NATO’s Allied Air Component Command for Southern Europe has been located in Izmir since August 11, 2004.

    The Sile Air Base has been built according to international standards for launching stinger missiles.

    The Konya 3rd Main Jet Base Group Command was the base of NATO’s AWACS aircraft during the Iraq war. Konya was a Turkish F-100 base in the mid-1970s and the air forces of Israel, Turkey, and the United States conducted their first joint exercises at the air base, codenamed Anatolian Eagle, in June 2001.

    The Ninth Main Jet Base of the Balikesir Air Base, in which six vault missile systems have been deployed, is located in the Turkish province of Balikesir in the Marmara region.

    The Merzifon Air Base is a military airport located in the city of Merzifon in Amasya province in the central Black Sea region. Merzifon is the base of the 5th Air Wing of the 2nd Air Force Command of the Turkish Air Force.

    The Bartin Air Base is located in the northern province of Bartin. The Bartin Naval Base, a submarine base of the Turkish Navy and assigned to the Turkish Northern Sea Area Command, is also in this area.

    Pirinclik Air Base is a 41-year-old US-Turkish military base located near the southeastern city of Diyarbakir. It was once NATO’s frontier post for monitoring the Soviet Union and the Middle East, but it was closed on September 30, 1997.

    The Eskisehir Air Base is a military airport located in the northwestern city of Eskisehir. Eskisehir is the home base of the 1st Air Wing of the 1st Air Force Command of the Turkish Air Force.

    The Iskenderun Naval Base is a base of the Turkish Navy on the northeastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea, 2.5 kilometers (1.6 miles) east by northeast of Iskenderun city in the southern province of Hatay. It is assigned to the Turkish Navy’s Southern Sea Area Command.

    Bandirma Airport is a military airbase and public airport located in the city of Bandirma in Balikesir province. Bandirma is the base of the 6th Air Wing of the 1st Air Force Command of the Turkish Air Force.

    The Afion-Kara-Hissar Air Base is Turkey’s largest and NATO’s second largest air base and is the headquarters of NATO operations in the country.

    The Sarkisla Air Base in Sivas province is located in the eastern part of the Anatolian region, and the Bornova Air Base is located in Izmir province.

    The Luleburgaz Air Base is in the northwestern province of Kirklareli, and the Corlu Air Base is located in the northwestern city of Corlu in the province of Tekirdag.

    The Pazar Air Base is located in Pazar town in the northeastern province of Rize in the Black Sea region, the Erzurum Air Base is in the city of Erzurum in eastern Anatolia, and the Persembe Air Base is located in Ordu province on the Black Sea coast of Turkey.

    The Izmit Air Base in located in Kocaeli province, and the Kutahya Air Base is a military airport in the western province of Kutahya in the Aegean region.

    The Canakkale Air Base is in the northwestern province of Canakkale.
    NATO also has a military facility in Ankara.

    Combined Air Operations Center-6 (CAOC-6) in Eskisehir is one of the ten command centers in Europe used by the United States Air Force to provide command and control of air and space operations.

    NATO’s Air Component Command Headquarters is located in Izmir and NATO’s Rapid Deployable Corps-Turkey is headquartered in Istanbul.

    Turkey joined NATO in 1952 and serves as the organization’s eastern anchor, as it controls the straits leading from the Black Sea to the Aegean and also has borders with Syria and Iraq.

    Would appear that Turkey is ‘in bed’ with many bed-fellows.