Cemil Çakır, who was working on the ship carrying cargo from Taiwan to Mexico in 2013, fell into the Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean, which is the deepest point in the world, at 11 thousand meters. While no trace of Çakır was found during the search, Çakır family demanded that their children be found.
NO TRACE WAS FOUND DURING 9 HOURS OF WORK
The Özgür Aksoy Ship, owned by the Turkish company, was anchored to transport cargo from Taiwan to Mexico. While the ship was making its way through the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Japan on October 21, 26-year-old Cemil Çakır, a crew member, sank at 11,000 meters in the region of the Mariana Trench, the deepest place in the world. However, no results could be obtained from the search and rescue efforts, which lasted approximately 9 hours.
THEY WANTED THE FUNERAL OF THEIR CHILDREN
Father Nuri Çakır made a statement on the subject years ago, saying, “I don’t know where they got the news from. A phone call came and said, ‘Condolences to you’. They make it look like he committed suicide. It has nothing to do with suicide. No. said.