Martyred Chief Public Prosecutor Mustafa Alper was commemorated on his death anniversary 11.05.2018
Last year, Denizli Chief Public Prosecutor Mustafa Alper and his driver Muzaffer Akşehirli had lost their lives in a horrible accident in Bozburun on Denizli-İzmir highway. They have been commemorated with prayers on the first anniversary of their death.

Minister of Justice Abdulhamit Gül, the Court of Cassation member and the spouse of the martyred chief public prosecutor, Hatıran Alper, and the Alper Family, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Justice Bilal Uçar, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Justice Selahattin Menteş and the ministerial staff along with the judicial members participated in the commemoration.

"HE TRIED TO DISPENSE JUSTICE WHILE OTHERS SOLD OUT THEIR GOWNS FOR ONE DOLLAR"

Minister of Justice Abdulhamit Gül made a speech during the commemoration of the late Denizli Chief Public Prosecutor Mustafa Alper in Söke, Aydın and said as follows: "Mustafa Alper tried to dispense justice while others sold out their gowns for one dollar" and conveyed his condolences for all martyrs. Last year, Denizli Chief Public Prosecutor Mustafa Alper had lost his life in a terrible car accident and he was commemorated in Söke where he was buried. Following the ceremony at Söke Koca Mosque and Granta Cemetery, Minister of Justice Abdulhamit Gül spoke in the commemoration activities at Söke Teacher's Lodge and said "We were here to commemorate the Chief  Public Prosecutor who passed away last year in a traffic accident. We commemorate him with mercy and gratitude. Mustafa Alper was a valuable member of the judiciary who had the honor of serving to country. I also wish mercy to his official driver Muzaffer Akşehirli who died in the same accident. He was a valuable friend who devoted his life to this country.

"HE WAS THE ONE WHO HAD PREPARED THE FIRST INDICTMENT AGAINST THE COUP ATTEMPT"

Minister of Justice Gül stated that Mustafa Alper is also the one who had prepared the first indictment against the treacherous coup attempt on July 15 in the sense of legal struggle. Gül said "He was a statesman  who thought that law, justice and democracy exist for the continuity of the nation and state. He was a statesman who dispensed justice with his gown unlike those who sold their gowns for one dollar. Today we are here to commemorate our esteemed statesman. I would like to thank our friends who have attended this commemoration event. According to our belief, martyrs do not die. We commemorate everyone who struggled and martyred for this country with mercy and gratitude. I commemorate with mercy and gratitude the martyrs who did not depart from the legal struggle with their gowns. I would also express my thanks to the participants here in the name of the justice organization."

Judiciary of Turkey