Court in northern Greek city of Veria convicts victim of nazi attack while acquiting attackers on bureaucratic grounds
Excerpt from: Court in northern Greek city of Veria convicts victim of nazi attack while acquiting attackers on bureaucratic groundsJune 27 saw the trial of eight members of the Nazi group Golden Dawn in the northern Greek city of Veria. The eight (among them, a candidate MP) were charged with raiding and trashing a cafe (on June 12) owned by the relative of a local anarchist. The eight also sued the owner of the cafe in an apparently retaliatory move – and so they all faced charges brought against one another. The court’s decision was to convict the cafe owner to a sentence of 4 months and 20 days...
Published By: From The Greek Streets - Thursday, 28 June, 2012