During the clashes on this years 9th anniversary of the police murder on Alexis Grigoropoulos in Athens eight people were arrested. Two of them are still imprisoned.
Image: Athens on December 6, 2017.
Originally published by Athens Indymedia. Translated by Black Cat.
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Athens: Two People Still Imprisoned After Clashes During Anniversary of Police Murder of Alexis Grigoropoulos
Προφυλακιστέοι οι 2 από τους 8 συν/φους που συνεληφθησαν 6/12
— Hello punkitty (@Hellopunkitty) 11. Dezember 2017
Eight people were arrested in Athens on the 6th of December, the day the anarchist teenager Alexis Grigoropoulos was shot dead by a police officer in 2008.
Following a preliminary hearing 6 people were released, while two have been ordered to remain in remand.
According to Taksiki Antepithesi the arrestees are facing felony charges and were brutally beaten while in custody.
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