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Tidligere BBC-journalist Jacky Sutton (50) ble funnet hengt på et toalett på Istanbul Airport natt til søndag. Hennes venner tror aldri at hun har begått selvmord.

Sutton var leder for arbeidet for frie medier i Irak ved Institute for War and Reporting. Hun var på vei til Erbil da hun på mystisk vis ble funnet død. Forgjengeren hennes ble drept av en bilbombe i Bagdad for fem måneder siden.

Sutton kom med et Turkish Airlines-fly til Istanbul ved 22-tiden og skulle fly videre ved midnatt til Erbil. Men hun mistet flyet og fikk beskjed om at hun måtte kjøpe ny billett. Det er det siste man vet om henne inntil hun ble funnet hengende på et toalett av tre russere.

En irakisk kollega er overbevist om at hun ble tatt av dage:

Iraqi journalist Mazin Elias, who had worked with her, told MailOnline that it was ‘impossible’ that she committed suicide, alleging that ‘someone killed Jacky’.

Mr Elias said she was dedicated to developing freedom of expression in Iraq and was also trying to better herself by studying for her PhD.

‘She continued in Iraq – everything was difficult, everything was a challenge, but she still continued.

‘But, what I’m sure about, the kind of person that Jacky was, it’s impossible she would have killed herself, impossible.

‘She’s really looking for a better life for everyone. So kill herself? That’s crazy.

‘I’m really sad and sorry what happened, but if someone tells me ‘she killed herself’, I tell him: ‘No, that’s wrong, someone killed Jacky’.’

He also thought it extremely unlikely she would have missed her flight.

Det man kan si er at Tyrkia er blitt et land der alt kan skje. Det er mange aktører, ingen har helt kontrollen og heller ikke oversikt. Volden sprer seg.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3278391/British-woman-50-hanged-toilets-Istanbul-airport-missing-connecting-flight-Iraq.html#ixzz3ozrQg7TX

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