It all seemed rather farcy, and has done nothing but strengthen Erdogan's grip on turkey.
If the coup was to succeed it probably should have happened later, in the dead of the night, and arresting Erdogan would have been the first thing on the agenda.
He was in the air when it took place all too conveniently, and landed rather confidently at a military controlled airport.
From what I heard, at least some soldiers weren't aware they were taking part in a coup. And now he cites democracy in justification of bringing back the death penalty to silence them based on the irrational cries of a sensationalized crowd.
The man makes a mockery of democracy, and will do anything to silence his political enemies, and make himself the vladimir putin of turkey.