The prosecutor’s office made its decision in the ‘virtual fight’ of the two gangs, who posted videos on social media and almost declared war on each other and did not hesitate to publicly threaten death. He demanded prison sentences of up to 28 years for 4 people, including Güniz Akkuş, nicknamed “Hanımağa”. The findings of the prosecutor’s office regarding the two groups that have disagreed in favor of and against the leaders of the crime organization on social media are quite remarkable. The prosecutor’s office said, “They used expressions that incite crime. They may cause outrage in the society. They may take actions that may cause a decrease in the sense of trust in the security forces and the justice system.” ‘ he filed a lawsuit for his crimes. The chain of events that took place in the virtual world and spread to real life took place in May last year. The two groups, who had been in conflict for a while, clashed on social media. They shot videos and targeted each other. Videos containing death threats, which they published on their social media accounts, entered the security’s radar. With the instruction of the Istanbul Anatolian Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office, the Fight Against Smuggling and Organized Crime (KOM) carried out an operation in 6 Istanbul-based cities. Many names were detained, including Güniz Akkuş, known as “Hanımağa”, who was convicted of forming a gang and extorting entertainment venues after she was fired from the police force. During the searches at the suspects’ residences, many criminal items such as guns and bullets were seized. Digital materials were also seized. The prosecutor’s office completed its investigation after its investigations. In the prosecution’s indictment, the suspects Güniz Akkuş, Cenk and his brother Zafer Çelik and Murat Akkuş shared videos on social media one by one. In the videos they published, he explained how they targeted each other second by second and threatened with death. Moreover, the prosecution determined that the suspects used provocative statements such as posting videos in favor of and against the leaders of the opposing crime syndicate and threatening each other. Noting that video contents may cause outrage in the society, the prosecutor’s office also underlined that they may take actions that may cause a decrease in trust in the security forces and the justice system. The Prosecutor’s Office filed a lawsuit against 4 suspects, including Güniz Akkuş, known as ‘hanımağa’, who were openly cutting each other as a ‘racon’ on social media. The defendants are on trial with a prison sentence of up to 28 years on charges of ‘provoking to commit a crime’ and threatening to create fear and panic among the public. All eyes are on the court’s decision.