Pola Roupa threatens to kill anyone who stands in her way
Pola Roupa, the partner of terrorist Nikos Maziotis, released a lengthy letter describing what exactly happened when she attempted to set free Maziotis using an helicopter and threatening that anyone who stands in her way he will be treated accordingly.
In the letter posted on an anti-authoritarian website, Roupa claims responsibility for the robbery at Sotiria Hospital saying also that she offered 5,000 euros to an employee so that he would not hit the alarm button. She also notes that SYRIZA is “the last political illusion which collapsed quickly”.
Regarding the incident with the pilot of the helicopter, she argues that she did not shoot the pilot because of “my political consciousness,” adding also that she had an extra bulletproof vest for the pilot in case guards at Korydallos prison would open fire. But, as she said, she will not do the same thing again: “In fact I put his life above my own and my own safety. And this is a choice that I have to reconsider”.
Roupa also claims that the pilot pulled a gun, a clue that was missing from his statement, as she said, and he lost the control of the helicopter shouting in panic “we will die”.
She threatens that in the future she will not act in the same way warning that she will kill anyone who stands in her way: “From now on, if I need the assistance of citizens and if it is necessary, I let him know who I am from the beginning” adding that “any non-cooperation and effort to prevent the execution of my plan will be treated accordingly”.
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