Turkish government has revoked the passport of Celalhan Peker, the son of organized crime boss Sedat Peker.
According to a series of tweets posted by Celalhan, his inquiry on the e-Government Gateway, a website offering access to all public services in Turkey, brought up no records of a passport in that name.
“Interior Minister: I want answers,” Celalhan tweeted.
Sedat Peker, once a staunch supporter of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has since early May been setting the country’s political agenda through videos he posts on YouTube. Having fled to Dubai, the mobster has been making shocking revelations about state-mafia relations, drug trafficking and murders implicating state officials.