14 alleged RedHack and Anonymous hackers referred to court

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A total of 14 alleged members of Turkish hacktivist RedHack and Anonymous hacktivists have been detained.

The Word Bulletin reports that suspects were referred to the Ankara Courthouse on Monday.  The operation is against the RedHack group which is being labeled as a criminal organization by Turkish Government.

The Ankara Police Department's Cyber Crime Units arrested alleged hackers from various locations including Ankara, Kahramanmaraş, Bursa, Mersin.

The suspects are accused of being part of hacking attacks against Government and individuals and disclosing confidential information.

However, the RedHack group says none of the arrested people are part of their group.

"All those arrested are not known to us. Every single one in our team is safe. Fascist gov't of Turkey continues it's scaremongering to + "The tweets posted by the hacker group reads.

"they are trying new tactics to cut the support to RedHack. But what they don't realise is that #RedHack have become the RedPeople Now"

*UPDATE: The suspects released by court 
14 Turkish people including one actor "Barış Atay" who are accused of being member of Redhack hacker group have been released by the Ankara Court, according to the Turkish local news report.
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