HATAY, Turkey, May 26 (NNN-FNA) – Redhack, a group of Turkish hackers, released a series of cables, revealing that Turkey’s top secret gendarmerie intelligence service was aware of Reyhanli blasts in Hatay province by the terrorist al-Nusra group.
Redhack, a hacker group from Turkey, released a series of cables that revealed the dawn of Reyhanli twin blasts, through the top secret files of Turkey’s Gendarmerie Intelligence Office Administration.
The group announced the release of cables via twitter, pledging for answers behind the Reyhanli twin blasts.
The top secret files, released by the group, dated back May 20 – 9 days after the deadly incident that killed at least 51 civilians in the Southern city of Reyhanli, Hatay.
One cable revealed the details of several vehicles loaded with bombs and explosives to be delivered to pro-Al Qaeda groups in Syria.
The bombs and explosives may be used in a plot against Syria, it said.
Another cable reported that militants from the al-Nusra Front terrorist organisation, replaced bombs and explosives in 3 different vehicles to be used in a plot against Turkey – the information that confirmed the first.
The cables said that the Turkish intelligence agency, which was aware of all these plots didn’t turn a hair to prevent them.
A third cable claimed that officials in Hatay Police Headquarters received an anonymous phone call, which alerted the upcoming plot, and informed on some of the reports that appeared in the media.
On May 11, 2013, two car bombs exploded in the town of Reyhanli, Hatay Province, Turkey. At least 51 people were killed and 140 injured in the attack. The attack was the deadliest act of terrorism to occur on Turkish soil.– NNN-FNA

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