“British National Allegedly Killed with Lethal Injection in Turkey: Victim Identified as Murat Arpapay”

A British national, Murat Arpapay, was allegedly killed in a honey trap case in Turkey. He had moved to Turkey to start a new life but fell in love with a 19-year-old woman. The woman, along with three accomplices, allegedly tied him to a chair and injected him with a lethal substance. The suspects then placed his body in a ventilation shaft and fled the scene. The investigation is ongoing. Team Latestly reported

In a suspected case of entrapment, a British citizen was allegedly murdered through a lethal injection in Turkey. According to officials, the 57-year-old man, identified as Murat Arpapay, had fallen in love with a 19-year-old woman he met after relocating to Turkey. Prior to his death, Arpapay had moved to Turkey to start a new life with friends he met online. The incident came to light when locals discovered Arpapay’s body in the ventilation shaft of a rented apartment and immediately informed the authorities. An autopsy conducted at the Sirinevler Forensic Medicine Institute revealed that Arpapay had been injected with a chemical substance. Subsequently, police launched an investigation and reviewed CCTV footage, which showed Arpapay entering the apartment with the woman, Muhterem Percikli. Percikli, along with three accomplices, was arrested by the police. The suspects confessed that Arpapay had met Ersen Basak on social media and had informed Basak that his family in England supported him financially. Basak devised a plan to steal the money from Arpapay and enlisted the help of Percikli, who developed feelings for Arpapay. On the day of the incident, the suspects tied Arpapay’s hands and injected him with a chemical substance, causing his death. The suspects then placed his body in the ventilation shaft and fled. Basak, the mastermind behind the crime, entered the apartment and escaped with the stolen funds to Georgia..