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sudo apt-get remove ros-cturtle-ros will remove all cturtle packages in /opt/ros but not do anything in your home directory.

To remove things from your home directory rm -rf ~/ROS or whatever path you want to remove will work. Or, if you wish, you can delete the directories from a file browser GUI.

Note: There's no undo for rm so make sure you get the path right.