RELATIVE OF TURKISH NON COMMISSIONER OFFICER KILED BY KURDISH REBELS WHEN ABDUCTED ON A ROAD BLOCK.
A Turkish woman Yildiz Namdar (2nd R), 27, holding her husband's portrait, who was killed by PKK Kurdish rebels in September 1995, as she is escorted by reporters upon her arrival in the port of western Turkish city of Mudanya from the island of Imrali June 2, where she attended as plaintiff relative at the trial of captured Kurdish rebel leader Abdulah Ocalan. Chief Judge Turgut Okyay, lawyers and relatives cried when she started crying while addressing the court as plaintiff, telling her story about how her husband non-commissioner officer Namdar, was killed by the rebels when they stopped as thery driving their car from eastern Turkish city of Erzurum to Sivas in September 1995. She asked Ocalan at the court "What did we do to deserve this?", and replied by Ocalan as saying "I'm sharing your sorrows", bending his head.