20 Ocak 2018 Cumartesi

Adana Edition: Fake Hitchhikers & Fake Money

türkçe links to original Turkish article

(Milliyet Newspaper, 20 January 2018)

aşk vaadiyle gasp cono aşireti ile ilgili görsel sonucu
                      Bittersweet hitchhikers.

In Adana, 75 people (!) complained to the police that they had been
robbed after being lured with the promise of sex.   Of the 75, 21 said they
had been beaten and the total amount stolen was 155,000 TL (about
$35,000).  As a result, on 12 January a police force of 1,000 officers
raided the section of the city where the 'Cono Aşireti' (Cono Tribe) lives
and recovered 150,000 TL, 50,000 TL worth of gold and narcotics.  38
people were taken into custody, 28 of them women.

Prior to the raid, undercover police in various guises entered the
neighborhood, followed gang members and took videos.  Based on
this evidence, police determined that the tribe's women would stop
drivers by 'hitchhiking' and promise them sex.  As the driver and the
'hitchhiker' moved deeper into the neighborhood they were followed
by three cars full of male tribe members.  Once completely inside
the neighborhood, the drivers were surrounded and beaten, depending
on how willing they were to surrender their valuables.

The tribe even developed a 27-word codeword system for their activity.
For example, they themselves were called "manuş", victims "çaltı",
mugging "arşınlamak", and problems "carlatmak". 

  aşk vaadiyle gasp cono aşireti ile ilgili görsel sonucu 
Moms 'hitchhiked' after putting the kids down for naps.


türkçe links to original Turkish article

(Milliyet Newspaper, 20 January 2018)

Köse and Mali citizen Thaore. Coincidentally, in Turkish
'mali' means 'financial', but in the 'real' sense.

In Seyhan district of Adana, Murat Köse (51) and Mali citizen
Lassana Thaore (44) wanted to pass counterfeit money.  However,
after they checked out of their hotel, the hotel's cleaning staff found
a bag filled with 504 200TL banknotes.  Thinking the banknotes
were real, the cleaners alerted hotel officials so the 'money' could
be returned to its rightful owners.

The hotel officials, though, suspected that the banknotes might
be fake so they called the police, who came and seized the 'money'.
The receptionist at the hotel informed police that Köse had paid
his bill with a credit card, telling her that he was a health official
and he gave her his personal card with his phone number on it,
as well (!).  Shortly afterwards, the counterfeiters were arrested.

adana haritası ile ilgili görsel sonucu


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