Devran Dinç’s lifeless body was found at the begining of May, after four days of his disappearance in the Sur district of Diyarbakır.
In the autopsy report, injuries, abrasions, fractures and bruises were detected on his body.
His family suspects that Dinç was murdered.
According to the Mesopotamia Agency (MA), the pre-autopsy report of 21-year-old Devran Dinç was only given to the family eight months later.
His dead body was found four days after leaving home to buy medicine on April 30, 2020 in Sur district.
The body of Dinç, who had injuries on his body, was taken to Gazi Yaşargil Training and Research Hospital for the coronavirus (Covid-19) test without any actual forensic investigation at the scene. His body was then transferred to Selahattin Eyyubi State Hospital for autopsy procedures. Following the hospital procedures, Dinç’s body was buried in Yeniköy Cemetery in Bağlar district. The family would only receive the autopsy report eight months later.
His body had many wounds and abrasions, according to the autopsy report
In the report, it was stated that intense injuries were observed on Dinç’s head and neck. Due to injury and trauma, several wounds were detected on his chest and part of the left shoulder. It was noted that there were also bruises on the back and waistline of his body.
“The reason of his death was not determinated’’
In the report, it was noted that the exact cause of death of Dinç will be determined after the tests and histopathological examinations are performed on the samples taken during the autopsy and sent to the Forensic Medicine Branch Directorate together with the examination results and the crime scene investigation report.
Dinç’s father thinks he was tortured and killed
Dinç’s father İsmet Dinç told Mesopotamia Agency (MA) and said: “Devran was killed the first day he disappeared. There are cameras everywhere. My son was hit in four parts of his back, face and throat. He was obviously tortured to death. We think that he was taken by a few people to an isolated place.”