On the anniversary of the October 10 Massacre, families will once again meet in front of the Ankara Railway Station to commemorate their lost relatives and demand justice.
After four years from the massacre, no official responsible for the massacre was judged. No legal process has been started against the police officers who sprayed peppers gas on the wounded people after the bombing.
Following the massacre, one of the defendants said that he was a supporter of the ruling AKP while he was defending himself.
On 10 October 2015, one of the bloodiest attacks in the history of the Turkish Republic took place just in front of the Ankara Railway Station. 103 people died, over 500 citizens were wounded in the massacre.