In a scandal as large as Pizzagate and the Spirit Cooking rituals in the USA, Wikileaks has just released 57,000 emails from Turkish President Erdogan’s son-in-law and Minister of Oil, Barat Albayrak, showing how he worked directly with ISIS terrorists to smuggle oil from the terrorists into Turkey:
WikiLeaks has released a tranche of more than 57,000 personal emails from the account of Turkey’s Minister of Oil Berat Albayrak.
Albayrak is the son-in-law of the country’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The emails span a six-year period from 2000 to 2016 and allegedly reveal his level of influence in the country’s political scene.
The emails appear to have been obtained by Turkish hacktivist group Redhack, and which threatened to make his communications public back in September.
The emails, which allegedly contain details of exchanges between Albayrak and the Turkish ‘ruling elite’ were briefly published earlier this year, before being taken down following a crackdown by the Turkish government.
WikiLeaks alleges that the emails reveal ‘Albayrak’s involvement in organisations such as Powertrans, the company implicated in Isis oil imports’.
The company has been implicated in oil imports from ISIS-controlled oil fields. (source)
The question is now, will Berat “disappear?” Ottoman rulers of the past are known to be very tempermental and act with deadly outrage if they feel “offended”
Erdogan (l) and Albayrak (r)