The journalist is out of jail and will soon be deported back to France, after 51 days in prison in Turkey, where he remains under investigation for belonging to a " terrorist organisation ".After more than fifty days of detention, journalist Wolf Office is out of prison of Sirnak (Turkey), Friday, 15 September. The young man 27 years of age, "handed over to police to be taken to a deportation centre, will be deported to France tonight or tomorrow," said Mesut Gerez, lawyer Turkish Wolf's Office, indicted in late July for " belonging to an armed terrorist organization, following a report produced in 2013 on Units of protection of people (YPG) in Syria, an organisation regarded as terrorist by Turkey.
" The judge has completed collection of evidence in this case and he has ordered his release and deportation, " said lawyer. "The court of Sirnak has not closed file, and it will be necessary to continue fight," said Martin Pradel, a French lawyer Wolf's Office, in welcoming " action of France, and of people in shadow [or not] acting in its name ".The family remains " cautious "
Loïc Bureau, far of journalist, who was able to speak thirty minutes with him, reports that his son is "surprised, relieved," but " careful ". The professor of history and geography, who has learned of release at time of recreation, confirms that he has not had any specific information of consul with respect to return of his son. "As long as it will not be in France, I will not be relieved," insists far of family, which will look for Wolf Office with his wife, van. "Then, he will do what he wants, important thing is its liberation," adds Loïc Bureau, referring to " of a surprise as incredible as it is unexpected ".
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This release was announced in wake of a visit of Jean-Yves Le Drian to Ankara, was " a great relief ", welcomed French president, Emmanuel Macron, on Twitter. At end of August, Mr. Macron had asked for his "quick release" to his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
I me réenjoy ceremony in liberté de Wolf Bureau. It is a great relief for all of us.— EmmanuelMacron (@Emmanuel Macron)
Thursday, during a visit to Ankara, French minister of foreign affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian, had pleaded for his return to France. He welcomed Friday release, noting his "real emotion" and praising work of officers of department.
Turkish justice objected so far to release of this journalism student, 27 years of age, arrested on July 26 at Silopi province of Sirnak, at border between Iraq and Turkey, where he was about to join kurds, caught between two countries, between two world wars. Remanded in custody on 1 August, he is suspected of belonging to an armed terrorist organization.
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In indictment, reference is made to a report on syrian Kurds and ir armed militias, protection Units of people, an organisation regarded as terrorist by Turkey, battle militarily. When this documentary was filmed in 2013, country was at peace with Party of democratic union (PYD) – which YPG are armed – before things spoil, in 2015.