U.S. government must condemn Turkish nationals for violence against American protesters
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On Tuesday May 16th, Turkish security officials were involved in violence against American protesters who had peacefully assembled to protest Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, president of Turkey. The assault took place outside the ambassador's residence in Washington.
We are asking the the U.S. government to condemn and conduct a thorough investigation into the incident while identifying and declaring those Turkish nationals involved, persona non grata.
This is not just a petition for those who were injured during this incident. It is for the millions of lives lost during the Greek, Assyrian, and Armenian genocide of 1915. Their ancestors who have had to live through the constant denial of this incident from the Turkish government and people. And finally, this is for the American people of all backgrounds who hold dearly their right to the first amendment. Free speech and the right to peacefully assemble.
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