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    84-Year-Old Armenian Woman Brutally Murdered in Istanbul

    http://asbarez.com/107434/84-year-ol...d-in-istanbul/
    Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013
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    The body of the murdered victim being moved from her apartment

    ISTANBUL, Turkey - On Dec. 29, an 84-year-old Armenian woman was
    brutally murdered in Istanbul's Koca Mustafa Pasha neighborhood,
    Turkish newspapers reported.

    The woman, identified as Marissa Kuchuk (Küçük), lived alone. She was
    found dead by her daughter, Zadik Kuchuk, who was visiting her. She
    was stabbed seven times and her throat was slit. The perpetrator(s)
    carved a cross on her chest using a sharp object, according to some
    Turkish newspaper and TV reports.

    An investigation is under way.
    Hayastan or Bust.

  • #2
    Re: Why?

    Mother Fckers burn in hell.
    B0zkurt Hunter

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    • #3
      Re: Why?

      Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
      Mother Fckers burn in hell.
      Gotta agree 100%.
      I sometimes consider starting a delivery service --- delivery from hell --- whereby I deliver "hellfire" straight to the door of the deserving.
      Artashes
      HARK

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      • #4
        Re: Why?

        I find it very disturbing how so many kids are killing there parents these days
        so disgusting..this isnt only happening in Turkey...it's happening everywhere
        Positive vibes, positive taught

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        • #5
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          Originally posted by PepsiAddict View Post
          I find it very disturbing how so many kids are killing there parents these days
          so disgusting..this isnt only happening in Turkey...it's happening everywhere
          Kids killing their parents (and) an elderly Armenian women being murdered --- brutely --- by turks are two distinctly different discussions.
          Artashes
          HARK

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          • #6
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            ATTACKERS TATTOOED CROSS ON BRUTALLY KILLED ISTANBUL ARMENIAN WOMAN?

            http://news.am/eng/news/135128.html
            January 09, 2013 | 12:25

            ISTANBUL. - The December 28, 2012 killing of Istanbul Armenian
            Marissa Kucuk was covered by the Turkish media as a brutal murder,
            but it was not a front-page news. The Istanbul Armenian community is
            deeply concerned over this incident and expects an explanation from
            the officials, writes Rober Koptas, the chief editor of Istanbul's
            Agos Armenian bilingual weekly.

            As per Koptas, at first look this murder seems to be one of the dozens
            of killings that take place every day in Turkey. But this was the
            second attack against an Armenian at the same district and in the
            past one month.

            Reflecting on the premise that the 85-year-old woman was killed for
            being Armenian, Agos' chief editor posed a number of questions:

            Is it true that the attackers tattooed a cross on Kucuk's body? Will
            the forensic medical examiners, or the Police, provide a clarification
            on this matter?

            Was the attack against the two Armenian woman, and after a short
            interval, unplanned?

            If both cases are linked to robbery, why were they accompanied with
            cruelties?

            If they are noting that the perpetrators took the xxxelry which these
            women were wearing, did they steal anything else from the homes,
            or did the robbery just cover up the true motive of the crime?

            Rober Koptas demands that the officials provide clarifications to
            these queries.
            Hayastan or Bust.

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            • #7
              Re: Why?

              An ethnic Armenian teacher was murdered in Istanbul’s Kadikoy district, Haberturk reports.


              Colleagues of Ilker Sahin, 40, not having any news from him decided to visit him. Seeing the door closed they called the police. Entering the house the police officers found the body of the Armenian man with a slashed throat. They suppose that Sahin fought with the murderer or murderers for quite a long time. The police refuted the possibility of murder for robbery cause.

              Sahin was working in Aramian school for 9 years.

              Two weeks ago an old Armenian women was murdered in Istanbul. The criminal like in the mentioned case slashed her throat. Another attack on ethnic Armenian woman was committed earlier as well. The woman survived the attack but lost one eye.

              http://www.tert.am/en/news/2013/01/1...enian-teacher/
              Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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              • #8
                Re: Why?

                Sounds like a serial killer/killers targeting armenians.
                Hayastan or Bust.

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                • #9
                  Re: Why?

                  It could be the work of a lone serial killer who is targeting Armenians. However no way are any of these Muslim nations safe for Christians these days.
                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yAkDde2DPc

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                  • #10
                    Re: Why?

                    Originally posted by retro View Post
                    It could be the work of a lone serial killer who is targeting Armenians. However no way are any of these Muslim nations safe for Christians these days.
                    But what can they really do, you know
                    I'm sure it's not as easy as here to just get up & move.
                    Positive vibes, positive taught

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