November 02nd was about to end as a normal day, until a Twitter employee temporally shutdown Donald Trump’s Twitter account (to be precise, it was down for 11 minutes). Initially it was reported as an error but later on Twitter admitted that this was done by a contractor on his last day of work.
After days of man-hunt by journalist, the employee revealed himself to TechCrunch yesterday. He goes by the name “Bahtiyar Duysak”, and is a German citizen of Turkish descent. He worked for Twitter as a contractor with a firm name “Pro Unlimited”.
“I had a wild time in America, I was tired sometimes. And everyone can do mistakes. I did a mistake.” Duysak says to TechCrunch. He also told that he never thought the account will actually get deactivated.
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