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DAY 26: “PAVLOS DIED HELPLESSLY, KILLED IN FRONT OF THE POLICE”

26th Hearing, Women’s Section, Korydallos Prison, Athens, 6 November 2015 1. Court access Hearings remain accessible to members of the public, provided they present their identity cards at the entrance. However, the crowd in the courtroom had thinned. The spaces reserved for journalists are almost always occupied. A malfunctioning microphone added to the list of

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DAY 19: “THEY CAME TO MY HOME AND KILLED MY CHILD”

19th Hearing, Women’s Section, Korydallos Prison, Athens, 6 October 2015 1. Court access This hearing reconfirmed the police’s policy to grant access to any interested citizen provided they display their identity cards. The courtroom was packed. As regards the prospect of a change of venue, the matter was sidelined once again. 2. Presence and representation

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THE MURDER OF PAVLOS FYSSAS: A POLITICAL ANATOMY

Two years after the murder of the antifascist Pavlos Fyssas by Golden Dawn Thanassis Kampagiannis On the occasion of the second anniversary of the murder of Greek antifascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas, we are re-publishing from Left Flank the analysis of the crime and the neo-Nazi organisation behind it, Golden Dawn, written by Thanassis Kampagiannis, one

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DAY 8: The defence’s objections

Arguing that individual Golden Dawn members would have never have engaged in criminal activity without having received orders from the organisation’s leaders, lawyers for the civil action continued to lay out the reasons why they should be allowed participate in to the trial. In their rejoinders, most defence lawyers dismissed these arguments on legal grounds.