MESOP : LIVER CANCER ! – As before PKK uses people with serious diseases

Turkey has arrested a female militant affiliated to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) suspected of planning to carry out a suicide attack, a report said Wednesday.

7 April 2016 – The arrest of the woman in the capital Ankara — identified as R.I., 21 — comes after the city was this year rocked by two suicide car bombings claimed by Kurdish militants that left dozens dead. She was detained by police during a regular traffic inspection at one of the entrances to the city in the Golbasi district, the Dogan news agency reported.

The woman had been the subject of a nationwide search after digitally-stored data was found on a Kurdish militant killed in the southeastern Mardin region in Turkish Kurdistan that identified her as a potential suicide attacker, Dogan said. There was no suggestion she had explosives on her when detained.

She was placed under arrest by a criminal court in Ankara ahead of a trial whose date has yet to be set.  It said that the woman had been treated for one-and-a-half months for liver problems in the southeastern Kurdish  main city of Diyarbakir before heading for Ankara.