An envelope containing a bullet and a threatening notice reached the Greek Finance Ministry. According to Greek media, the enveloped was addressed to the Finance Minister and the name “Yiannis Stournaras” written on the envelope.
The enveloped reportedly arrived at the Ministry on Monday morning and was opened at the office of the minister’s secretary.
According to newsit.gr, the bullet was of 9mm and the notice was similar to the ones recently sent to two tax offices in Crete, in Rethymnon and Chania. In these notices, tax offices were warned not to proceed to “property auctions” and the signature was “Cretan Revolution.”.
“If you sell off property belonging to a Cretan or a Greek, you will have serious problem,” the note to Stournaras reportedly read. Singed by “Cretan Revolution”. The envelope was similar to a wedding invitation.
“It looks as if nobody can say whether behind these threatening envelopes is some terror organization, some business interests or even just an angry Greek citizen,” notes Proto Thema
Greek police has taken the envelope to forensic examination, hoping to find finger prints or any other evidence that might lead to the senders.
PS fact is the situation is getting slowly out of control with much too many fronts open.