Pavlos Fyssas

Prosecutor: Seeks acquittal of 17 Golden Dawn ex-MPs, blames only man who knifed Fyssas

A prosecutor has proposed that ll 17 former MPs of the far right Golden  party and over 40 others were acquitted for the September, 2013 murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas after a four-year trial trial, by prosecutor Adamantia Economou.

The decision caused a strong backlash, as the prosecution presented a host of witnesses, documents, and digital evidence

Golden Dawn trial prosecutor seeks lesser sentences over attacks on Egyptian fishermen, PAME unionists

After seeking the exoneration of the Golden Dawn hierarchy in the 2013 murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas, the prosecutor in the trial against the neo-Nazi party on Wednesday also sought lesser charges for the defendants accused of attacking a group of Egyptian fishermen and unionists with the communist-affiliated PAME.

Prosecutor in Golden Dawn case says Fyssas murder ‘not premeditated’

The prosecutor in the trial of neo-Nazi Golden Dawn has argued that the 2013 murder of antifascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas was not premeditated and recommended the conviction only of Giorgos Roupakias for willful murder and the exoneration of the remaining suspects.
Should the prosecutor's recommendation be adopted, it would shake the entire case to its very foundations.

Prosecutor in Golden Dawn case says Fyssas murder ‘not planned’

The prosecutor in the trial of neo-Nazi Golden Dawn has argued that the 2013 murder of antifascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas was not deliberately planned and recommended the conviction only of Giorgos Roupakias for willful murder and the exoneration of the remaining suspects.
Should the prosecutor's recommendation be adopted, it would shake the entire case to its very foundations.

Michaloliakos says charges part of ‘political conspiracy’ against GD

The head of Greece's extreme far-right Golden Dawn party testified in court on Wednesday for several hours as part of a long-running trial over the party's activities in which he and several former party lawmakers are accused of running a criminal organization.

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