I Can't Relax In Greece! reports in several articles on the latest developments on the legal crackdown against Golden Dawn, triggered by the murder of hip-hop musician Pavlos Fyssas (Killah P).
First of all, an agreement between prosecutors and defense lawyers, got three of the Nazi leaders out of jail: Ilias Kasidiaris, Ilias Panagiotaros and N. Michos were released on restrictive measures.
As they left the court they harassed and shoved journalists.
The most direct local boss, MP G. Lagos was jailed instead.
Other "peripheral members" have also been let free.
Critically GD top leader Nikos Michaloliakos remains in jail, as also does his right hand Christos Pappas.
Michaloliakos' defense collapsed after phone tapping evidence confirmed that he had personally approved the murder of Killah P. It seems that Nikea boss G. Patelis also implicated him in his declaration.
The turd-o-führer was in direct communication with material murder G. Roupakias. He's also accused of other crimes and of destruction of evidence.
Several police agents are also accused. Among them a commander, yet unnamed, accused of persistent connivance with the Nazis.
According to the Police report, the former commander and a 52-year-old woman are formally accused of misuse of authority, forgery, perjury, repeated adulteration, possession and distribution of weapons, smuggling and money laundering among others. Another man and woman are still wanted in relation to these charges.
The police recovered from the former commander’s office 10,700 euros in cash, two gold coins, a pepper spray, a tazer, 64 round of 9mm pistol ammunition, 11 working mobile phones and an foreigner’s asylum application form. During physical search of the commander, the police found 2,300 euros in cash and hand written notes indicating illegal casinos in and around Athens.
From his house in Athens they found 10,200 euros in cash, two bank account savings books, three pistols, a collapsible police baton, 2 air guns, 6 switchblades, 7 knives, 2 axes, 3 swords, 2 laptops, 2 USB flash drives, 25 working mobile phones, 16 imitation bags and wallets and scores of official police documentation.
From his house in Ioannina the Police recovered 14 hunting rifles (one with a scope), 4 zip guns, 1 air gun, 1 pistol, 2 knives, 1 switchblade, 2 old type hammers, multiple rounds of ammunition and 718.4 grams of cannabis.
Update (Oct 4): A retired military officer (so far unnamed) has been arrested for complicity in the murder of Fyssas.
Another arrested Nazi leader is Anastasios Pantathis, responsible of the aggression by 50 thugs against KKE activists on September 12. Nine communists, including the shipyard workers' union president, were hospitalized after this aggression. He is also involved in the attack against Egyptian fishermen a year ago, in which a victim suffered major injuries.