The chief of the Federation of Kurdish Associations in France has pointed the finger at Turkey for the murder of three Kurdish women in Paris Thursday. "It's a crime of state, or in any case a political crime", Edhart Leon told ANSA outside the Kurdish Information Centre where the women were killed. "If you were going to point the finger at anyone it would be Turkey".
Leon, who was in Rome 15 years ago at a large rally for the the Kurdish leader, Ocalan, described the brutal murders of PKK co-founder Sakine Cansiz, 50, Dogan Fidan, 32 and Leyla Söylemez, 20 as "a message." "Right now the Kurdish community is in deep shock". "I'm waiting on information. Investigators are in place and are doing their job, but it's a very difficult test for us", he added.(ANSAmed).