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New incident by main suspect in Turkish Cypriot inmate’s brutal murder in central prisons

The main suspect into the recent brutal murder of 41-year-old Turkish Cypriot Tansu Cidan in Nicosia Central Prisons once again caused havoc in the detention centre he is currently held.

This is what Philenews reported on Friday, adding that the 29-year-old Kurdish inmate identified as the main suspect in the case had be to be restrained after a visit by his partner the day earlier.

Apparently, the enraged man who has already set fire in his detention cell was now violently protesting the way the mass media portray him, police sources also said.

Police reinforcements had to rush to Lakakatamia detention centre to restrain the suspect who allegedly had an active role in Cidan’s murder and the violent incident a day before the killing. Cidan was found dead on October 27.

At the same time, police officers also found about 1,000 euros under his mattress. They had already seized a smaller amount of money found in his possession.

A riot patrol car is proactively located outside the facilities of the detention centre  on a 24-hour basis. This decision was taken in view of the prisoner’s frequent outbursts.

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