In der Türkei haben sie 29 Twitter-User festgenommen (heise spricht von 24), weil sie angeblich zu Krawallen aufgerufen haben sollen. Wie sie die Identität festgestellt haben, bleibt offen:
Twenty-nine people were detained overnight in İzmir for “inciting riots and conducting propaganda” on the social media network Twitter, with police forces still searching for 9 more.
Republican People’s Party (CHP) provincial head Ali Engin […] visited the İzmir […] Smuggling and Organized Crime branch to speak to authorities about the detention of the suspects, who had been tweeting in support of the ongoing Gezi Park protests. Engin said these people were supporting the movement for a “fair and free country.” “If that is a crime, then we all committed the crime.”