Hürriyet Daily News reports that 1080 people have been convicted in Erdoğan "insult" cases in Turkey in 2016. This isn't particularly interesting; there have been several rounds of purges since the failed 2016 coup attempt. However, this time, it appears children as young as 12 years old are amongst the accused:
A total of 4,750 people aged over 18 years old, 36 foreign nationals, and two legal entities were accused of “insulting” Erdoğan. Some 102 people aged between 12 and 15, as well as 138 people aged between 15 and 18, were accused on charges of “crimes against the sovereignty of the state and its bodies.”
The courts acquitted 679 people accused of these charges and suspended the pronouncement of the judgement for 867 others. “Insulting the president” is a crime in Turkey punishable by up to four years in jail.
Hürriyet Daily News. 1,080 convicted in Erdoğan "insult" cases in Turkey last year - http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/1080-convicted-in-erdogan-insult-cases-in-turkey-last-year.aspx?pageID=238&nID=114850&NewsCatID=338 [Accessed 28 Jun. 2017].
Unfortunately, the article doesn't go into any more detail. Do we know What specific crimes these children allegedly commit? Is there a real possibility children will end up in jail for "insulting" Erdoğan?