Mehmet Ali ULUDAĞ

He is the chairman of the Tenkil [Banishment] Museum, a FETO-controlled association based in Frankfurt, Germany disseminating black propaganda to inform the global community of the purported human rights violations in Turkey.

He has been a long-standing prominent figure within FETO media apparatus and he works under Kenan KURTOĞLU, the Germany-based FETO official in charge of social media. On orders from FETO, he has been posting hostile messages on social media targeting Turkey and spreading FETO propaganda.

He was officially removed from his position as a municipal police officer at İzmir Karabağlar Municipality for ‘passing on information relating to developments within the municipality and on non-FETO member personnel’ at the secret meetings he held with his FETO controller (handler) on a periodical basis and ‘acting on the directives of FETO’.

He uses the codenames Selami and Talip. He is one of the ‘Specially Designated Coordinators’ of FETO who, on orders from FETO leadership, runs and controls the undercover FETO members who infiltrated into the Turkish Armed Forces.

He was a user of ByLock, an encrypted messaging application exclusively used by FETO members.

He was one of the offenders who stole the questions of the ‘2010 national entry exams for state institutions’, a prerequisite for placement in government posts, and passed them to fellow FETO members before they took the exam.

In 2018 he illegally travelled to Greece and then to Germany. He forced his wife Esma ULUDAĞ to illegally flee abroad along with their 3 children despite her objections. Unable to cope with the resulting pressure and stress, Esma ULUDAĞ had a heart attack and lost her life on April 29, 2018 while in Greece.

He has been seeking to exploit her death in pursuit of being promoted to senior positions within FETO.

Mine ULUDAĞ, his second wife he married shortly after the death of his first wife Esma ULUDAĞ, is also a FETO member and she has been spreading FETO propaganda on social media on orders from FETO.

Mehmet Ali ULUDAĞ is a fugitive from justice and he currently lives in Germany.

There is a pending court case against him filed for ‘Being a Member of an Armed Terrorist Organization’, ‘Document Forgery’, ‘Fraud Committed Against Public Bodies’, ‘Publicly Denigrating the Military or Security Organizations of the State’, ‘Public Incitement to Hate and Hostility’, ‘Defamation by means of Audio, Visual or Written Messages’ and ‘Disclose and Target Government Officials who Served in Counter-Terrorism Campaigns’. He is also the subject of an outstanding arrest warrant issued by Turkish courts.