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first_img Journalists threatened with imprisonment under Turkey’s terrorism law TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Condemning abuses Freedom of expressionJudicial harassment Receive email alerts Turkey’s never-ending judicial persecution of former newspaper editor April 2, 2021 Find out more After three years of persecution, the Reporters Without Borders (RSF) representative in Turkey, Erol Önderoğlu, was finally acquitted today, as were his fellow defendants – human rights defender Şebnem Korur Fincancı and the writer Ahmet Nesin. But Önderoğlu is not yet off the hook. He faces another trial that is due to start on 7 November.Önderoğlu, Fincancı and Nesin were accused of “terrorist propaganda,” “justifying crime” and “inciting crime” because, in order to defend media pluralism, each of them symbolically took turns at being the Kurdish newspaper Özgür Gündem’s “editor for a day” in mid-2016. The victim of judicial persecution, this newspaper ended up being forcibly closed in August 2016.Who is Erol Önderoğlu?Read his portraitIn the second trial due to start on 7 November, Önderoğlu is again accused of “terrorist propaganda” along with 16 other activists for expressing their solidarity with hundreds of university academics prosecuted in connection with a peace petition.“Erol Onderoglu’s acquittal is an exceptional victory for justice and press freedom in a country where both are being trampled on every day,” RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire said. “Our deep relief is tinged with bitterness because our representative will be on trial again in four months’ time. The way this historic press freedom defender is being harassed is a deep injustice. We therefore urge the Turkish judicial system to demonstrate the same good sense that it showed today and to quickly abandon this new prosecution.”Önderoğlu added: “I would like to express my deep gratitude to all those who supported us during this trial. This fight for all of our unjustly prosecuted or imprisoned colleagues continues.”The already worrying situation of Turkey’s media has become critical since an abortive coup in July 2016. Many media outlets have been closed summarily, without any effective form of recourse, mass trials are being held and Turkey holds the world record for the number of professional journalists in prison. It is ranked 157th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index. Organisation News Human rights groups warns European leaders before Turkey summit News to go furthercenter_img Follow the news on Turkey RSF_en News Help by sharing this information TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Condemning abuses Freedom of expressionJudicial harassment April 28, 2021 Find out more April 2, 2021 Find out more News July 17, 2019 – Updated on July 19, 2019 Erol Önderoğlu acquitted at one trial, but another due soonlast_img read more

first_imgThe post, captioned with a #PiratesLife, gives a glimpse of McCartney’s character. While E Online reports that McCartney plays a jail guard, his swashbuckling wardrobe gives us a funny feeling that “Pirate Paul” will be more than just a glorified security guard in the film. We can’t wait to him in action. The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has been a Hollywood juggernaut since The Curse of the Black Pearl, the first installation of the series, made waves (and grossed $654M worldwide) following its release in 2003. The Jerry Bruckheimer-produced tentpole franchise follows the swashbuckling misadventures of Captain Jack Sparrow, played with rockstar swagger by Johnny Depp. From the his wardrobe, to his physical mannerisms, to his generally mischievous devil-may-care attitude, the charismatic pirate has an entertainingly familiar rocker vibe–and that is no accident. From the earliest days of the series, Depp has been public about his inspiration for the role: The Rolling Stones guitarist and ageless purveyor of badass-ery Keith Richards.Depp has spoken frequently about using Richards’ persona as the basis for Sparrow on several occasions, and the Stones icon has taken the homage in stride, even coming on for featured cameos as Jack Sparrow’s father in the later films. Watch Richards and Depp talk about their personal and cinematic rapport ahead of the release of the fourth “Pirates” film, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, in 2011 (via ScreenJunkies News):As anticipation builds for the release of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales on May 26th, former Beatle and endlessly cool musical and cultural icon Paul McCartney has shared a sneak peak at his cameo in the upcoming film, assuring fans that the old-school British rocker swagger is alive and well in the series’ newest installment. Check out a photo of “Pirate Paul” in full regalia below, via his Instagram:last_img read more