Of course the American media isn't all that interested in the story. Most Americans will not be interested in Turkey coverage for more than a minute or two.
But then if you bother to look to Al Jazeera or some of the better foreign media you finally get to the coverage about Erdogan's accusations regarding Gülen being behind the coup attempt etc...
I guess it's easy to tell which media outlets answer to US corporate interests.
Of course if the story gets big enough, the other outlets will be forced to acquiesce and report it as well.
But I will be surprised if the main US outlets focus on it.
If the coup fails as it appears it has, there will be a lot of light on Gülen. He's already catching a lot of flak from Christian Right media outlets who fail to understand his significance and purpose. They view him as some kind of al Qaeda/jihadi type based in the US and of course it's Obama's fault.... even though he settled here long before Obama came into office.
The Christian Right is angry about his charter school movement... once again, they don't understand that it's a money-maker for Gülen and is a cover a lot of his (US sponsored) international 'activities'.
Gülen is here because the US is backing him and protecting him. He is their creature.
And yet the heat may drive him out. Erdogan wants him badly and he would be in danger if he were to go to Germany. The Balkans, maybe Montenegro... that's a possibility, but it wouldn't be as safe as his compound in the Poconos.
Welcome to Byzantium.