Αnarchist ‘intervention’ presses for another furlough to be granted for convicted terrorist
Another “intervention” by up to 15 self-styled anarchists was reported on Thursday afternoon, with the central Athens office of a main opposition New Democracy (ND) deputy targeted this time, and with the demand this time being the approval of another prison furlough for a convicted terrorist.
The masked individuals wrote slogans on walls and threw pamphlets in demand for a furlough for notorious “17 November” assassin Dimitris Koufodinas. The group later fled the scene before police arrived.
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