MSNBC: 12 Turkish Security Officials Charged in Attack on Protesters

‘Turkey’s foreign affairs ministry says in a statement it believes the arrest warrants are wrong, biased and lacks legal basis’

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BRZEZINSKI: “All right, so we reported this expected news yesterday. Yesterday’s D.C. Metropolitan Police Department officially announced charges against 18 people relating to a brawl involving Turkish security personnel and protesters outside Turkey’s embassy back in May. 12 of those are Turkish citizens, all security officials and not embassy personnel, while two are Canadians. The remaining four are Americans and have been arrested. Turkey’s foreign affairs ministry says in a statement it believes the arrest warrants are, quote, wrong, biased and lacks legal basis,' and blames the incident on, quote, failure of local security authorities to take necessary measures."

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