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Ertak v. Turkey

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Authorities are under a duty to account for persons under their control. Under the circumstances of the case, the Turkish Government were responsible for disappearance and death of a detainee, caused by State agents after his arrest. Authorities are under an obligation to conduct an effective and thorough enquiry into a disappearance. The investigation by the Turkish authorities at the national level into the allegations of disappearance and death had not been conducted by independent bodies, was not thorough and had been carried out without the applicant being given an opportunity to take part.


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