By Sibel Edmonds
Source: Read full article at Newsbud
It’s been almost three years since the attempted coup in Turkey, yet many questions still remain: Was it real? Was it carried out by the CIA’s Gulen network?
Those of you who have followed me (and my case) know that I was the first person to expose CIA’s Gulen and his over twenty-billion-dollar network in the United States. In the early 2000s, during the period when the current administration in Turkey was in a very intimate partnership with Gulen, when no one in the West had even heard the name Gulen, and despite the US government-imposed punishments and gag orders, I was talking and writing about Fethullah Gulen. The record is there- just run a simple internet search and you’ll find hundreds of articles, interviews and video programs with me screaming “Gulen.”
Many of you also know that I was one of the first and most outspoken journalists out there, in the States, supporting Turkey’s resistance and battle against Gulen during and immediately after the attempted coup in July 2016.
Now, after eight months on the ground, in Turkey, and having a chance to examine this entire Gulen saga from the inside, I have to say, I have more questions than answers, and more…