Wednesday, April 01, 2015


This one is crazy. Just crazy. We initially suspected this could be an elaborate hoax perpetuated by "Late Night" host Fallon. I mean, these two simply look too much alike! But no--Mahir Çayan did exist he was a Turkish revolutionary and Marxist who was gunned down in 1972 and the photo appears to be legitimate. Mahir Çayan (March 15, 1946 -  March 30, 1972) was the Communist Turkish politician and the leader of People's Liberation Party-Front of Turkey (Türkiye Halk Kurtuluş Partisi - Cephesi). He was a Marxist-Leninist revolutionary leader. He took part in the robbery of Ankara Ziraat Bank and Istanbul Turkish Trade Bank, also in kidnapping of the Israeli Consulate General, Ephrahim Elrom. On June 1, 1971, he was caught by the police and arrested while his comrade Huseyin Cevahir got killed. He escaped from prison on October 29, 1971. To stop the execution of his comrades-in-arms Deniz Gezmis, Huseyin Inan and Yusuf Aslan from THKO on March 26, 1972 he and his other comrades kidnapped three NATO English technicians who were working in Radar Station in Unye and then came to Kizildere village of Niksar. They did not surrender to the fascist Turkish army who surrounded the house where they were hiding. On 30 March 1972, he was killed by soldiers with nine friends in Kızıldere village. 

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