Golden Dawn

Forgotten credit

Amid the enthusiasm and the celebrations regarding the fact that figures in the top echelons of Greece's Golden Dawn are being tried in connection with the criminal activities of the neo-Nazi party, many people appear to have forgotten that it was thanks to the determination of Antonis Samaras' administration that the scattered case file was brought together and the phenomenon was dealt with in

Golden Dawn leader at his trial gives Nazi salute in court,denies link to Fyssas murder

Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos testifying in the Athens appellate court today said he had no involvement in the murder of anti-fascist rapper by Yorgos Roupakias whom he described as a lone ranger who killed Pavlos Fyssas of his own volition and that he was informed of the event the next day.

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.

Michaloliakos takes the stand in Golden Dawn trial

More than four years since the launch of the criminal trial against Greece's neofascist Golden Dawn, party leader and founder Nikos Michaloliakos took the stand for the first time on Wednesday.
In his testimony, Michaloliakos denied charges of running a criminal organization that targeted migrants and leftists, denouncing the accusations as fake and politically-motivated.

GD leadership seeks to deflect responsibility onto local chapter members

The trial of Golden Dawn continued Monday with the testimony of former MP Ilias Panagiotaros, during which it became evident that the key objective among the top echelons of Greece's neo-Nazi party is to deflect responsibility for criminal acts onto members of local party organizations.

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