An Anonymous Turkish hackers group crashed the ECHR website asking for Demirtaş’s release

The European Court of Human Rights’ website, which ordered the release of Selahattin Demirtaş, was blocked by the Turkish hacker community identified as Anka Neferler Tim. The group made a statement on the subject, saying, “We do not open the site until we make an apology”

The ECtHR declared its decision surrounding the trial at which Demirtaş was sentenced to jail for extremist propaganda on 18 March 2019.

The court ruled that there had been a breach of the principles of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), including freedom of speech, the right to freedom and protection and the right of free choice. It was mentioned in the verdict that Turkey should take all appropriate steps to release Demirtaş. A Turkish hacker community called ‘Anka Neferler Tim’ closed the ECHR website after this decision. A server error is received from those who log in to the web.

“WE DON’T OPEN THE SITE UNTIL WE MAKE A DISCLAIMER” Anka Neferler Tim, who closed the website of the ECHR and voiced his response to the Demirtaş decision on his social media account, ” Selahattin demirtaşThe website of the European Court of Human Rights, which wanted to be released, was closed as a result of our attacks. We do not open the site until we make an apology! “