The European Court of Human Rights ruled on May 31st, 2022, in the case "Taner Kılıç vs. Turkey" in favour of Taner Kılıç: The Court did not find any evidence, which would have justified his detention in 2017. Turkey was ordered to pay $26,300 (€24,500) in damages and $10,735 (€10,000) in costs.
ECHR ruling in favour of Taner Kılıç
Trial adjourned to June 6th 2023
During the hearing on March 8th, Taner Kılıç and Günal Kurşun held their defence speeches.
Ruling of Court of Cassation on October 17th, 2022
The prior court rulings against Günal Kurşun, Idil Eser and Özlem Dalkıran were overturned. Ruling against Taner Kılıç was refused due to missing investigation.
Verdict on 3 July 2020
Taner Kılıç: six years and three months imprisonment. Idıl Eser, Günal Kurşun and Özlem Dalkiran: two years and one month imprisonment. Acquittals for everybody else.