Hıncal Uluç (born 1 November 1939) is a Turkish journalist and writer.
In 1980, he moved to Istanbul after signing a contract with Gelişim Publishing's owner Ercan Arıklı for publishing a magazine. Later, in 1990 following Zafer Mutlu's suggestion he started for writing for Sabah.
He was shot in the heel after an armed attack in 1994. In 2004, due to an article he wrote about Alaaddin Yüksel, the governor of Antalya, he was sentenced to 1 month in prison and paying ₺898 in 2008. He continues to write for Sabah and has appeared as a commentator on the news program 90.
Following Defne Joy Foster's death, Uluç wrote an article about her neighbor's neglect under the title 'What kind of neighborhood is this?..' for which a lawsuit was filed against him and was eventually sentenced to paying compensation.
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