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Golden Dawn Court: 13 years imprisonment for leadership, life for Fyssas’ murderer

The leader of neo-nazi Golden Dawn party, Nikos Michaloliakos, was sentenced to 13 years imprisonment for establishing and running a “criminal organization” plus 1 more year and 1,000 euros fine for arms possession. Giorgos Roupakias was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder 33-year-old rapper Pavlos Fyssas plus 4 years …

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New Democracy MP suggests Greek Church should make Fyssas “a saint”

A lawmaker from conservative ruling party New Democracy has proposed that the Greek Orthodox Church should make the leftist rapper murdered by Golden Dawn, Pavlos Fyssas, a saint. MP and former ND spokeswoman Sofia Voultepsi said the Church should make Pavlos Fyssas a saint because “his sacrifice” freed Greece from …

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Historic verdict: Golden Dawn is a “criminal organization” – Live Blog

Large crowds of people have gathered outside the Appeals court in downtown Athens on Wednesday morning, awaiting for the verdict of the neo-nazi Golden Dawn party. Five and a half years after the trial started and 453 sessions, the moment for the judges to announce the decision that will write …

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GD-member charged with murder of rapper Fyssas, 34, released from custody

Giorgos Roupakias, charged with the murder of leftist rapper Pavlos Fyssas in September 2013, has been released from custody after completing the maximum of 18 months in pretrial detention. Roupakias arrived at his home in Tavros suburb in South Athens surrounded py policemen and media. “Murderer! Thug! Shame on you!” …

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Athens: vandals with hoods attack newspaper Proto Thema HQ

A group of people wearing hoods attacked the headquarters of Sunday newspaper and news website Proto Thema in Maroussi suburb of northern Athens. On its website, Proto Thema speaks of a “terrorist” and “fascist attack” and describes the attack as follows: Shortly after 8 pm, a handful of people with …

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