This video says about itself:
Kurdish man killed by Turkish fascists
17 November 2014
A video has emerged showing the lynching of a Kurdish man, Ekrem Kaceroglu, 38, who was shot in the head by police on October 7th 2014 in the Turkish city of Izmir.
In the video it is seen that the police standby as Ekrem Kaceroglu, a father of three, is kicked and beaten with wood by individuals making the ‘wolf’ sign. This sign is synonymous with the far-right nationalist paramilitary group ‘The Grey Wolves,’ who are affiliated with the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP).
As the lynching continues the police try to prevent the recording of the incident.
The images bring to mind the images of Islamic State [ISIS]’s militants lynching of people in Iraq, Syria and Kurdistan.
There have been no arrests in relation to the murder of Ekrem Kaceroglu.
Another video from Turkey used to say about itself:
12 March 2015
The Grey Wolves were founded by Colonel Alparslan Türkeş, an admirer of Adolf Hitler; charged with “fascist and racist activities” in 1945. The Grey Wolves still distribute Adolf Hitler’s book Mein Kampf.
What a shame that ugly neo-nazis abuse the name of beautiful animals.
By James Tweedie in Britain:
Grey Wolves Fascist Killed Russian Pilot
Friday 27th November 2015
Turkmen Brigade murderer a Turkish citizen with far-right links
THE rebel leader who boasted of murdering a Russian pilot shot down over Syria is a member of the Turkish Grey Wolves fascist paramilitary group.
The Morning Star can reveal that Alparslan Celik — deputy commander of the Turkmen Brigade that shot at the parachuting crew of the Su-24 tactical bomber downed in a Turkish ambush — is a Turkish citizen from Elazig province.
Lieutenant Colonel Oleg Peshkov — earlier incorrectly identified as Major Sergei Rumyantsev — was killed by Turkmen forces after ejecting from his jet on Tuesday.
His navigator Captain Konstantin Murakhtin was captured but rescued by Syrian and Russian special forces on Wednesday — the first known use of Russian ground forces in Syria’s civil war.
Mr Celik quickly claimed that his supposedly native Turkmen militia had killed both pilots.
But Turkey’s Dogan news agency reported last year that he is a Turkish citizen whose father Ramazan was mayor of Keban municipality for the ultra-nationalist National Movement Party (MHP).
The Grey Wolves is the paramilitary wing of MHP and has been linked to the murders of hundreds of left-wing and liberal activists since the 1970s.
Celik Jnr has posted pictures of himself performing a Grey Wolves salute and his father reported last year that he had gone to fight “until martyrdom, if necessary.”
The Turkmen Brigade had been losing ground to Syrian army forces backed by Russian air power in northern Latakia province — close to the Turkish border — in the days prior to the incident.
And yesterday Russian customs officials began checking Turkish imports for possible terrorist threats.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu insisted Ankara didn’t want the shooting to “affect our relations with Russia,” and insisted the leaders of the two states would meet soon, without giving details.
Syria conflict: Russian air force and local militia hunt for Turkish nationalist suspected of killing pilot: here.
The real reason for Turkey’s shoot-down of the Russian jet: here.
Why Turkey stabbed Russia in the back. Russia’s and Turkey’s objectives in fighting the Islamic State group are diametrically opposed: here.
War with Isis: Obama demands Turkey closes stretch of border with Syria. Ankara is accused of tolerance of – if not complicity with – the terrorists, who use border as a crossing point for Isis recruits and oil sales: here.
ANKARA, July 19. /TASS/. Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag has confirmed the arrest of two pilots that downed Russian Su-24 jet in November 2015 in Syria, Haberturk TV channel said on Tuesday: here.