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Turkish court reduces IS militant’s jail time for ‘good conduct’

Daesh militant waving a ISIS flag

An Islamic State militant had his sentence slashed for “good conduct” even though he never attended his own trial, Turkish media report. The terrorist had been found guilty of undergoing military training and being involved in the killing of a Syrian man.

A court in the Turkish province of Gaziantep has reduced Ahmet Güneş’ jail term from seven years and six months to six years and three months, despite the fact that he did not even show up for the proceedings, Dogan News Agency reported on Monday.

The militant was on a road in Gaziantep with two other suspected jihadists, Mustafa Delibaşlar and Ökkeş Durmaz, when their car was pulled over by police on March 25, 2014.

Full story: rt.com

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