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Murder of 35-year-old man may lead police to detect a terrorist organization

11 March 2010 / 13:03:18  GRReporter
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One case, which began as a mere strife between police and criminals, for several hours began to be regarded as so serious that the reins were taken by the counter-terrorism office. 

The action takes place fast. Early yesterday morning on 33 Koundurioti Street in Daphne neighborhood, two people sitting in a car seemed suspicious to the police so the officers decided to request their documents. But as soon as the policemen turned their headlights on the two passengers jumped out of the car and started firing. During the strife 35-year-old Lambros Foundas falls dead, while his accomplice manages to escape. 

As reported by police on the place where the action took place, found were five 9 mm cartridge cases, four bullets and one shell of a bullet. Also next to the body of the fatally wounded Foundas who wore double leather gloves, there was a ZASTAVA gun, from which two bullets were fired. In his backpack, there was a handmade bomb and in his jacket there was apparatus for wireless communication. The car was stolen from a resident of the neighborhood. 

According to reliable sources Lambros Foundas was imprisoned during the 1995 events at the Polytechnic University and he was generally maintaining friendly relations with anarchists. "We should not hurry. We are working on all hypotheses. We are talking about a serious case," said the chief of police for the region of Attica Ioannis Dikopoulos. 

It is almost certain that this case will have continuation – thee was already a mini meeting between senior police officer with other officers of the police press office, and with representative of the Minister of Civil Protection Michalis Hrisohoidis. According to the police hopefully this accidental hit will lead to the arrests of terrorists but also to revealing some active terrorist organizations. We must note that Foundas did not carry with his an ID or a cell phone.

Tags: Greece Crime Murder Terrorism Bomb
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