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The government strips Golden Dawn of police guards

20 September 2013 / 17:09:58  GRReporter
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As of today and until the prosecutor’s office of the Supreme Court announces its decision on the attacks involving members and supporters of Golden Dawn, the Greek police will not guard its deputies. The chief of police, following the proposal of Minister of Public Order Nikos Dendias, has taken the decision according to which the service for the security of officials will be responsible for their security if necessary, and only in compliance with the opinion of the commission to assess the danger.

At the same time, the check of the call log of the phone of the person who confessed to the murder of rap singer Pavlos Fyssas has proved to be productive. The authorities have detected more than four phone numbers from which George Roupakias, aged 45, had received calls and messages on the fatal night.

Sources claim that the phone numbers belong to members or supporters of Golden Dawn and to a chairman of a regional organization of the party in a neighbourhood of Piraeus. Their data and the phone numbers have been sent to the prosecutor's office in Piraeus which is investigating the phone calls and messages received on the night of the murder.

Golden Dawn is restraining its anger related to the developments with great difficulty and it has threatened to file legal claims against Minister of Public Order and Citizen Protection Nikos Dendias and against all media and politicians "who are vilifying and threatening a legitimate political party".

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