A murder that spawned a movement, the five-year anniversary of Hrant Dink's high profile assassination
drew huge crowds in Turkey to protest the judiciary's decision to dismiss charges of conspiracy to silence one of the nation's most outspoken critics. In this New Yorker
article CPJ Deputy Director Robert Mahoney describes the current backslide of press freedom in Turkey and the spectre of impunity
that looms over all journalists in the country.