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Neo-Nazis attempt to arson Metro commuters; Police brutally beats citizen (videos)

Neo-Nazis wearing hoods threw gasoline inside a Metro wagon full with commuters in Monastiraki station in downtown Athens on Wednesday evening, recorded the attempted arson of citizens on a video and uploaded it on social media.

Eye-witnesses told media that they were throwing oil and gazoline shouting “we are going to burn you!”

The videos posted on social media shows a group of neo-Nazis shouting slogans against anti-fascists, throwing the liquid into the train, while one man shouted “burn them!”

Eye-witnesses told media that they were throwing oil and gazoline shouting “we are going to burn you!”

According to reports, before the arson attempt the neo-Nazis terrorized citizens in the Metro thus beating first of all migrants.

During the attack, a woman was injured after being hit by wooden sticks and was transferred to a hospital.

The neo-Nazis acted undisturbed despite the presence of strong police forces in the area who were rather chasing anti-fascists.

When riot police finally decided to intervene, they fired teargas inside the Metro station creating a suffocating atmosphere with passengers running to escape the worst.

Police was on high alert due to gatherings for the 10th anniversary the murder of two members of the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn in Neo Iraklio suburb of north-western Athens. At the same time, left-wing groups and anarchists had organized an anti-fascist gathering in the same area.

They damaged a police motorcycle

Later both groups moved to downtown Athens with the neo-Nazis to attack anti-fascists around and inside the Metro stations in Victoria square and Monastiraki.

Police detained a total of 60 people, for 14 of them the detention were modified to arrests. According to daily efsyn, police leaks to the press that among those arrested is the 29-ear-old man who attempted to set the Metro vehicle on fire.

On Thursday morning Police said it had launched an inquiry into a possible incident of police brutality.

A video posted on social media showed riot police officers repeatedly beating a man they had detained and pinned on the ground, state broadcaster ERt reported.

Greek police is exposed in several ways for the beating, for allowing rioters inside the Metro and for firing tear gas inside the metro.

PS But Police is always right, right?

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