Following a tip off, Denktash´s police arrested H.B. (full name not given).
Following a search, police found in H.B´s possession 400 forged US dollar banknotes of the 100 USD denomination.
A ``remand order'' was issued by the ``Court''.
KIBRIS reports that H.B. was using a hired car.
AVRUPA reports that recently people started providing information about these killings which took place on 23 April 1962.
AVRUPA reports that Ahmet Muzuffer Gurkan was shot dead by a ``hit-man'' of the terrorist organization TMT (Turkish Resistance Organization). It says that the hit-man, H.C., (full name not given) served the TMT until 1974 as commander of a squad. It reports that H.C died in 1984 in a hospital in Famagusta from excess use of alcohol and cirrhosis. However, adds the paper, H.C during his last days in hospital confessed the crime he had committed to a male nurse at the hospital.
The male nurse, who is still alive, told AVRUPA that the day of the crime H.C and two friends of his from Nicosia met in ``Agora Pub'' in Famagusta, drank a bottle of Hacipavlou brandy and smoked a pack of ``Luck Dream'' cigarettes and then travelled in the ``Prefect´s'' can to Nicosia where H. C killed the lawyer.
AVRUPA further says that during his recent testmony to the ``court'', Denktash had declared that he thinks that ``Polycarpos Yorgacis, the then Interior Minister of the Cyprus Republic ordered the lawyers´ killing''.
AVRUPA concludes by saying that H.C. died in misery and his ``comrades in arms'' did not attend his funeral.