6 Mayıs 2017 Cumartesi

Foul Language Edition

türkçe links to original Turkish article

(Milliyet Newspaper, 6 May 2017)

‘Küfür etme’ uyarısı canından ediyordu
Foul language is the mark of a poor vocabulary.

In Bahçelievler, Istanbul, Ümüt Polat admonished a person he heard
cursing on his cellphone to stop and was then shot by the same person.
The incident occurred in Bahçelievler the evening before last at 1700.
As Polat (33) was shopping, he heard an individual cursing on his cellphone
and warned him to stop, prompting an argument between the two.

Polat and the other individual pushed each other but the fracas escalated
with a gun being drawn on Polat.  The assailant first shot Polat, the father of
tow, in the leg as shoppers looked on in horror.  As Polat lay on the floor,
the shooter fired again into Polat's hip, put his gun in his belt and calmly
walked away.  As Polat was rushed to a hospital, police began searching for
the assailant.

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türkçe links to original Turkish article

(HaberTürk Newspaper, 6 May 2017)

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In this case, 'fowl language' was the problem.

In Kayseri's Develi district, Hamza Yasir Elma (17) and A.K. (14)  got into
an argument about pigeons the evening before last in the Yukarı Fenese
neighborhood.  Because Elma cursed at him, A.K. grabbed a hunting rifle
from his home and shot Elma in the leg and head, killing him.

The pigeon problem between the two began when Elma asked A.K. for a
baby pigeon.  When he received a negative reply Elma put food near his
house to draw away the pigeons from A.K.

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Develi district is in southern Kayseri province.

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