ANKARA — The latest video released by Turkish mafia leader Sadat Peker revealed that the government of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan sent truckloads of weapons and ammunition to terrorist organizations in Syria, including Jabhat al-Nusra through Turkish private defense contractor SADAT.
Peker stated that he arranged for military aid to be delivered to Turkmen militias in Syria at the request of SADAT but it was diverted by Erdoğan to Al-Nusra and other groups.
Turkish mobster Sedat Peker, former ally to President #Erdogan, revealed he shipped arms, military supplies, drones, vehicles to al-Nusra front in #Syria at the request of #Sadat, Turkish contractor run by Erdogan's former chief military advisor Adnan Tanriverdi. pic.twitter.com/AdqUxSyVVO
— Abdullah Bozkurt (@abdbozkurt) May 30, 2021
Peker also stated that he and high-ranking member of the Turkish government made a significant amount of money illegally trading in oil from Syria throughout the course of the civil war. “In this trade, we have made a lot of money,” stated Peker.
“There are still many issues that must be disclosed.” Peker stated.” These acts of selling and buying drugs, trading in oil, and sending weapons also took place with the knowledge of Erdoğan’s government officials and the previous authorities as well.
In the wake of Peker’s latest allegations, former Deputy of the Republican People’s Party (Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi, CHP) Fikri Saglar invited former Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu to respond to the allegations because part of them was being accomplished during his tenure as Prime Minister.