I think that Charles Bukowski, the dirty old man, was telling about today's Turkey while he was writing the following stuff to Open City, an underground newspaper of late 1960s:
"People are taken into rooms for interrogation and they leave the rooms as half-humans or something completely inhuman. Some want a revolution, I know; but when you set up your new government after the revolt, you might see that it is still your old Father, only with a new mask on his face."
This quote was what I thought after seeing the latest chapter of Ergenekon tragicomedy:
The prosecutor and police officers who kept a "suspect" in a cell even after realizing that he was terminally ill...
And the sick suspect, the alleged financier of the Ergenekon gang, has died in 6 days after he was released, leaving a debt of 10.000 euro to his children!..