English teacher, Afra Şaar who was arrested on charges of being an Islamic State (IS) bomber is released by the court in Turkey, despite many pieces of evidence show that she and her husband are IS members.
Afra Şaar had been arrested on Dec. 22 in Diyarbakır and was prosecuted for being an IS bomber. She was tried for up to 15 years imprisonment.
Police found three mobile phones, two tablets, laptop and a document titled 'will', which was the main evidence showing their intention to be a suicide bomber.
There are also some photographs of Afra Şaar and her partner Faysal Selimoğlu holding long-barrelled guns which were taken in Syria.
In the first court hearing on February 20, Şaar testified that she is not an IS member but her husband was a militant of the jihadist organisation and was killed in a conflict in Syria.
Court decided to release Afra Şaar on the grounds that there is no suspicion of escape, although Afra Şaar had said in hearing that she has identity card belongs to Syria.
Şaar is yet another suspected IS member released by Turkish courts despite clear evidence.
There are thousands of prisoners in Turkish jails who were sentenced without a single evidence or even a formal accusation.