It was learned that the Israeli who threatened Turkish journalists in the region, especially TRT News presenter Fuat Kozluklu, who worked in Sderot city, located on the Gaza Strip border of Israel, was released.
Kozluklu spoke to the AA correspondent about the complaint he made to the police about the Israeli who threatened Turkish journalists working in Sderot, including himself.
Stating that he was given a file number by the Israeli police after his complaint yesterday, Kozluklu stated that he received information regarding the investigation with this number.
Kozluklu stated that the Israeli who threatened himself and his cameraman Mustafa Oğuz before the broadcast was carrying a gun even though he did not have a license, and said, “When I looked at the file online, the person in question was questioned in the threat category. He then told me and CNN Türk correspondent Serdar Er that he had not seen anything for 15 days.” “He was released on the condition of not having any contact or meeting in any way.” he said.
TRT News presenter Kozluklu was threatened yesterday before the broadcast by a Turkish-speaking Israeli in Sderot, where he works.
The person in question opened the window of his car and showed his gun in the area where other Turkish journalists were also working.
Kozluklu then went to the police station in Sderot and filed a complaint against the person in question.
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