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|Dates of operation||2009– February 2017|
DK first came to public attention in April 2009, when some of its members were involved in a six-hour gun battle with police in the Istanbul neighbourhood of Bostancı, leading to the death of a policeman, a bystander, and the organization's leader Orhan Yılmazkaya. 20 of its members were arrested in September 2009. DK is also held responsible for several bomb attacks in 2008/9.
Journalist Aylin Duruoglu was detained for over six months for knowing one of DK's alleged members. Former police chief Hanefi Avcı, an Islamist-leaning conservative, is also accused and was charged in the Odatv case of the Ergenekon trials.
DK may have been infiltrated by Turkey's National Intelligence Organization (MIT): MIT agent Murat Şahin was arrested in a raid on the DK in December 2011, and released a week later and his file separated from those of others arrested.[unreliable source?] In February 2017 Devrimci Karargâh announced it was dissolving and becoming part of the Revolutionary Communard Party, the main organisation composing the United Freedom Forces.
- Taraf, 30 September 2009, ‘Devrimci Karargah’ta üç dalga, 20 tutuklu Archived October 1, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
- Tagesspiegel, 27 April 2009, "Bis zum letzten Blutstropfen" in Istanbul
- Taraf, 30 September 2009, ‘Devrimci Karargah’ta üç dalga, 20 tutuklu[unreliable source?] Archived October 1, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
- Reporters without Borders, 5 October 2009, Editor of newspaper’s website faces 15 years in prison Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine
- 25 September 2010, Former Turkish police chief called to testify Archived 2013-06-24 at Archive.today
- Hurriyet Daily News, 4 February 2013, Prosecutor demands 50 years for former police intelligence chief
- Firat News Agency, 2 February 2013, Former secret agent: Güney member of MIT Archived 2013-03-13 at the Wayback Machine
- The Army of the Imam: Avcı, Ergenekon and Epilogue
- Committee to Protect Journalists, Turkey's Press Freedom Crisis
- Family claims daughter arrested on mischarges
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