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Turkish generals tortured, humiliated after failed coup. Video

Videos and photos of the detention of Turkish high-ranking military rebels have appeared on the Internet. One of the detainees is former head of the Turkish Air Force Akin Ozturk.

Many of the detainees were seriously injured during the arrest. The footage shows the generals lining up in a row. Former Air Force Commander Turkey Akin Ozturk is seen standing in the forced row with a bandage on his ear. 

According to the Turkish authorities, Ozturk was acting in collusion with Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces and the Commander of the Second Army, Hulisi Akar. 

On July 18, 14 army generals were arrested in Turkey on suspicion of their involvement in the military coup. The chief of the operations of the General Staff Eyup Yyulash, was among the detainees. 

Many of the detainees face death penalty. Turkey's Constitutional Council will consider the introduction of death penalty in the country in the near future.  

During the failed coup in Turkey, about 300 people were killed and over 1,500 were injured.

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