Travel ban imposed on recently suspended prosecutor Secen

The decision was made by the Bakırkoy 2nd High Criminal Court.

Secen was serving as the chief public prosecutor of Corum when he was suspended.

Prosecutor Secen came to public attention with an espionage investigation he was overseeing that began in 2011 and incriminated senior military and government officials. It was alleged that an İzmir-based military espionage gang provided the officials with prostitutes and cash in exchange for highly sensitive military and state documents. The gang then sold the information to the highest bidder.

The HSYK removed Secen from his post as chief prosecutor in January, along with 20 other judges, and reassigned him to the Corum Public Prosecutor’s Office.


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