Father of Turkish suspect accused of Newry murders

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Saturday, May 12th, 2012
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The police investigation into the murder of two Newry women in Turkey has taken a dramatic turn after it emerged today that Eyup Cetin – father of murder suspect Recep – has also been charged with the horrific murders.

The murder of the two Newry women last August shocked the local community

Recep Cetin murdered the two women last August near the city of Izmir in Turkey. His father was arrested by police in Turkey last December following his son’s hearing. Recep Cetin is accused of murdering Marion Graham and Kathy Dinsmore last summer after the women, from Newry and Warrenpoint, were found stabbed to death in woodland about 60 miles from their Kusadasi holiday apartment.

Baris Kaska, the lawyer who represents the victims’ families, spoke in December following the arrest of Recep’s father and said, “They did the murder together in my opinion. I asked the prosecutors in the adult court on Thursday to arrest him because this crime was committed together, jointly, not solely by Recep Cetin, so it is very big news.”

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