|Sakine Cansiz, left, Fidan Dogan, center, and Leyla Soylemez, right|
Workers at the Information Center of Kurdistan noticed blood coming out from under a door, Thursday morning.
When they broke the door down, they found the bodies of three of their coworkers.
All three women had been executed, with a bullet to the head.
Sakine Cansiz, fifty-six, had been one of the founders of the PKK.
Fidan Dogan, twenty-eight, and Leyla Soylemez, twenty-five, worked with her trying to build European support for the group.
Each of the women was from Turkey.
French police are working to find any clues as to who murdered the three, in what is being considered a purely political killing.
The PKK, or Kurdistan Workers Party, has been fighting since the 80s for an independent Kurdistan.