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Human rights are the rights which people have from birth to live under humanly circumstances. These rights are protected by both government and society’s itself. Government contributes to this protection with laws and rules in constitution and agreements. Human rights will also be defended by society as people learn, adopt their rights and respect others’ rights. Nonetheless, does really government want to do something for protection human rights?, or how much does one respect to another’s rights? Moreover, how many people are there that they know their rights properly? If these questions answers were affirmative, there would be no human rights violation. Judicial complications, discrimination among people, and problem of education are three main reasons for human rights violation in Turkey. First of all, judicial complications which can be thought into two groups, namely, wrong verdicts and easy escape without punishment for military and police officials cause to invade the human rights. In the courts, there are a lot of procedure, rules and laws to be implemented by judges. Therefore, they work on and analyze trails very carefully. If judges skip something consciously or unconsciously and return wrong verdict for a trail, then it will be human rights violation. For example, Turgay Ulu who was charged with saving Kenan Güngör a so-called member of the Revolutionary Communist Union of Turkey (TİKB) from police custody on 29 May 1996. He denied this blaming and he indicated that he was nearly blind because he was myopia with the degree of minus eight. In addition to this, two police officers who said that they saw the man trying to free the Kenan Güngör claimed that the man was not Turgay Ulu. However, on 26 April 2002 after many trails the court sentenced him with life imprisonment. Turgay Ulu is still in Kandıra F-type Prison in Kocaeli (http://amnesty.org/en/library/asset/EUR44/013/2006/en/dom-EUR440132006en.html, 2006). Moreover,... Show More

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