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#Greece: Anarchis Prisoner Konstantinos Giagtzoglou Wants to Start Thirst Strike Tomorrow

Earlier today we reported the kidnapping of Konstantinos Giagtzoglou and protests in Korydallos prison. Here an update what happened in the past few hours.

Originally published by Athens Indymedia and Zougla. Translated by Black Cat.

Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of  these events, we are publishing this text for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on and for documentation only.

Greece: Anarchis Prisoner Konstantinos Giagtzoglou Wants to Start Thirst Strike  Tomorrow

The comrade Konstantinos Giagtzoglou was informed for the mobilization in Korydallos which followed his illegal transfer by the antiterrorism units during his hungerstrike. He found out that following the pressure of the prisoners, the Coulcil of Prison Transfers will convene on Monday and will prioritise the examination of his demand.

Despite the commitment made by the authorities and the “positive climate” in front of the prisoners and the lawyer of the committee of struggle, there is no trust toward the Ministry of Justice. That is why Konstantinos starts a thirst strike from tomorrow, with the demand to be transferred back to Korydallos. More info by Konstantinos will follow in the next few hours.

Nothing is over.

Zougla published the following information: There is no pledge by the Ministry of Justice to guarantee the return of Mr. Giagtzoglou back to Korydallos prison, the authorities are only following the legal process for these circumstances, as defined by law, says Giagtzoglou’s attorney Mr.Kakarnias. He also stated that the comrade continues the hunger strike and plans to start a thirst strike tomorrow.

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  1. […] today we published two reports about the kidnapping form Korydallos prison and the hunger (and thirst) strike of anarchist prisoner Konstantinos Giagtzoglou. Tonight we received a letter Konstantinos […]

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