Underneath their missing limbs, the text reads, "Not violence.""The women in the posters were subjected to violence," the video creators say, "just like at home."The clip has been making the rounds again on Facebook in the wake of Aslan's death.
A Turkish version on the page of Karabuk University (posted shortly before the attack on Aslan) garnered more than 2 million views.
On February 11, a 20-year-old college student named Ozgecan Aslan was riding in a minibus in the southern Turkish town of Mersin.
When she was the last passenger still aboard the bus, the driver allegedly pulled over and attempted to rape her.
Sometimes they [the clients] are dirty and smell of sweat. The customer enters the room, chooses the girl he wants and forces himself on her. The other two huddle in the corner and wait for it to be over. One of them has been looking for a sharp object with which to slit her wrists but finds nothing in the room. She hopes for a knife, but wonders how she will get it from his pocket. I couldn't let down all the girls who had talked to me and eventually let me film them. My only way of seeking justice is through my reporting and filming.