Turkish mobster’s videos targeting top politicians draw millions of views | The World

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    A Turkish mobster has been releasing videos with wild allegations about murder, intimidation and corruption carried out over decades on behalf of those in power. The claims by Sedat Peker may be unsubstantiated, but by getting millions of views each week, he’s threatening the standing of Turkey’s ruling political party and potentially the president himself. Turkey specialist at Control Risks, George Dyson, tells The World most people aren’t concerned by the videos, but they are enjoying them.

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