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Hacı Karay (1950, Hakkari-June 4, 1994, Bolu) was a Turkish person of Kurdish descent involved in the Susurluk scandal.

He was born in Yüksekova, Hakkari, to Fehim Karay (father).

On February 13, 1993, he participated in the action of closing shops in Yüksekova in support of the hunger strikes staged at Diyarbakır Prison. In August 1993, he was among the persons, who were involved in drug trafficking in Yüksekova, Hakkari.

He had connections to Savaş Buldan. Along with Savaş Buldan and Adnan Yıldırım, he was abducted by armed persons from Çınar Hotel in Yeşilyurt, İstanbul, on June 2, 1994. The abducted persons were found dead on June 4, 1994 on the road of Yukarıkaraş village of Yığılca district in Bolu.

In March 1995, his sisters Gülcan and Gülsen Karay went to rural area in southeastern Turkey to join the PKK.

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