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Day 214: “as if an invisible hand is conducting this terrifying orchestra”

214th Hearing, Women’s Wing, Korydallos Prison, January 12th, 2018 I. Access to the Court The courtroom remains open to the public upon presentation of a state ID card, which is retained by court authorities for the duration of the session, until all audience seats in the courtroom are filled. Few journalists and spectators showed up

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Day 208: The witness came, swear an oath but didn’t testify

208th Hearing, Women’s Wing, Korydallos Prison, December 13th, 2017 I. Access to the Court The courtroom remains open to the public upon presentation of a state ID card, which is retained by court authorities for the duration of the session, until all audience seats in the courtroom are filled. There was increased attendance by both

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DAY 42: “WE WERE CONCERNED BUT DIDN’T ARREST ANYONE”

42nd Hearing, Women’s Section, Korydallos Prison, Athens 22 December 2015 I. Court access Hearings remain accessible to members of the public, provided they present their identity cards at the entrance. The size of the crowd in the gallery was the same as in the previous hearing. The spaces reserved for journalists are almost always occupied.

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DAY 41: “I DON’T KNOW. I CAN’T REMEMBER”

41st Hearing, Women’s Section, Korydallos Prison, Athens 22 December 2015 I. Court access Hearings remain accessible to members of the public, provided they present their identity cards at the entrance. The crowd was smaller than at the previous hearing. The spaces reserved for journalists are almost always occupied. II. Presence and representation of the defendants