Postpone the punishment for those who burned the Haydarpaşa Station of the Supreme Court of Appeals from the good behavior: The Supreme Court found the 10-month penalty given to two workers and the owner of the company, who caused the fire of Haydarpaşa Train Station, one of the most important symbols of Istanbul, during the isolation works. 8. The Chamber requested that the sentence imposed on the defendants be postponed for "good behavior". The local court had not postponed the sentence on the grounds that the damage was not compensated and the crime was committed as a result of serious negligence against the historic building.
During the isolation works in Istanbul Haydarpaşa Station, 3 people were sentenced to 10 months in prison for causing the historical building to burn down, and these sentences were not postponed due to 'the crime was committed against a historical building'. Even this decision, which was criticized by the public, was overturned by the 8th Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court of Appeals. The chamber sent the file back to the local court for the suspension of the sentence, arguing that the decision not to postpone the sentence was given regardless of the defendants' repentance status, their personality traits, their behavior during the hearings, and whether they would commit a crime again.
In Haydarpaşa Train Station, after the fire on 28 November 2010, workers named Zafer Ateş and Hüseyin Doğan, who insulated the roof, and İhsan Kaboğlu and Hüseyin Kaboğlu, the owner of the company, who carried out the insulation work, for 'causing a fire by negligence', TCDD engineers Suavi Günay and engineer Ayşe A lawsuit was filed against Kaplan for 'negligent endangerment of general security', demanding a prison sentence of three months to one year.
As a result of the trial that ended on 8 December 6 at the Anatolian 2013th Criminal Court of Peace, workers were sentenced to 10 months in prison for Ateş and Doğan and the owner of the company, İhsan Kaboğlu. Stating that the damage was not compensated and the crime was committed as a result of serious negligence against the historic building, the court did not postpone the sentence. Engineers Suavi Günay and Ayşe Kaplan and company owners Hüseyin Kablogü were acquitted.
The 8th Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court overturned this decision last June 22. In the decision, the 10th Criminal Division, which found the decision not to postpone the 8-month sentence wrong, said that "the damage was not compensated and the crime was committed as a result of serious negligence against a historical building" was not a legal and sufficient justification. In the decision, it was argued that 'the decision was made on a legal and inadequate justification, without examining the state of repentance of the defendants during the trial process, without considering their personality traits and their behavior in the trial, and without expressing an opinion on whether to commit a crime again.