Saturday, June 1, 2013

Turkish Riot Police Starts Using Agent Orange

Riot police started using Agent Orange (orange gas in shells) in Turkey protests, a chemical strictly banned by the U.N. resulting in severe health problems, as demonstrations escalated to an immense level in İstanbul's Taksim Square and Ankara. The residence of PM has been barricaded with heavy police force as demonstrators headed that way. Governorship in Ankara has asked the armed forces to take action against protestors.

Plastic bullets were also used and access to social media sites like Facebook and Twitter via wireless connections were been shut down for several hours.