Fatma Mavi, victim of the murder, was buried in Karaman Fatma Mavi, who was murdered in Istanbul, was buried in her hometown, Karaman.
It was revealed that 31-year-old Fatma Mavi, who was thought to have died in the natural gas explosion that took place in Bahçelievler, Istanbul on the morning of November 1, originally from the Kızıllaraği village of Karaman and whose family lives in the Cumhuriyet District of Karaman, was killed.
Mavi, whose funeral was brought to his hometown Karaman, was buried in the city cemetery after the funeral prayer at Yeşil Mosque, following the noon prayer.
FATMA MAVİ MURDER RELEASED WITH OBJECTION
- Event history
The 2. The lifeless body of 31-year-old Fatma Mavi was reached after the explosion that occurred on her floor. Although it is estimated that Mavi, who was learned to live on this address for 2 years, died due to the explosion, the fact of the blood-freezing murder emerged with the deepening of the investigation.
First drowned and then burned
Bahçelievler District Police Department Public Security Bureau Teams started a study on the last contact of Fatma Mavi.
Studies have found that the young woman most often met with Ergin A.
Bahçelievler Public Security Bureau Chief of Staff who started work on this, detained Ergin A. In A's statement, “We met Fatma and the 2 women with her at night and went to Taksim. We came to the house where the incident took place at around 07:00 in the morning. Meanwhile, a jealousy argument broke out between us and Fatma because of another woman. I could not control myself. At that moment I brought madness and strangled Fatma with my hands. Then I called my friend Ali İlkay S. We went to the gas station. I paid him to buy gas. Then I came home. Ali did not come up. Then I poured gasoline and set the house on fire. It was learned that he said, "I burned Fatma too."
After the testimony of Ergin A, who had burns on his hands and arms, Bahçelievler Public Security Bureau Chief teams detained Ali İlkay S.
While the teams were working on the incident, the painful relatives came to the Forensic Medicine Institute to take the young girl's lifeless body. While it was learned that the young woman would be seen in her hometown Karaman for burial, Mehmet Mavi, the uncle of the young girl waiting in front of the Forensic Medicine Institute, said, “We knew about the accident. There was a murderous incident, suffocation, cremation. "What is a psychopath?" he said.