Details about the martyrdom of three Christians at a Bible publishing house in Turkey in 2007 are beginning to emerge, as hearings for suspects in the deaths are being held in Malatya, according to a report from Compass Direct News.
There are several suspects in the actual executions of Tilman Geske of Germany and Turkish nationals Necati Aydin and Ugur Yuksel, according to authorities, and suspect Hamit Ceker was one of the first to testify in court, Compass Direct reported.
Ceker told court officials in Malatya's 3rd Criminal Court he watched as another suspect, identified as Emre Gunaydin, slit the throats of two of the Christians, Geske and Aydin, but he was unaware how Yuksel died....
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