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Soupeme court procecutor receives letter with bullets
« on: May 12, 2014, 02:44:00 PM »
Shortly after 1pm Monday, an envelope arrived at the prosecutor’s office of the Greek Supreme Court, which contained three 7.62 mm bullets - the caliber used in Kalashnikov guns – and a message written in ancient Greek, which stated: “Whoever took part in this scam, whether it is a Minister, judge or prosecutor should correct their statement within 15 days, and release anyone that it in custody. Otherwise, within 20 months, these bullets will come from afar.”

The threatening note, hints at the detention of politicians and, in general, opposes the Greek justice system and politicians: “If you don’t release all those who have been wrongly imprisoned in this case within the next 15 days, then in the next 20 months, the minister, the prosecutor or the investigator who were involved in the case, will mourn family members irrespective of sex and age. This time will be necessary to identify the targets. Injustice wipes out families.”

The letter was signed by “Alepoudelis,” which is the real name of the famous Greek poet Odysseus Elytis, who originated from Mytilene, the hometown of the Supreme Court Prosecutor, Efterpi Koutzamani. Police say they do not consider the incident as very serious threat, at least for now, and meanwhile the case has been taken over by the anti-terrorist unit.

 :o electoral madness  ;D It doesn't get more personal

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