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The arrested Bulgarian will see the prosecutor tomorrow

21 December 2008 / 10:12:55  GRReporter
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The director of the Greek national security said that the 17 year old Bulgarian, who was arrested for throwing stones and “Molotov” cocktails at the police, is still in the arrest. Two other Greeks were arrested with him as well. Another five people were arrested the same night – one Albanian, one Syrian, and three Greeks, who burnt the Greek flag on the central boulevard “Akademia.”

Bulgarian consul Vassil Mitrovski said that the boy was born in 1991 and he lives permanently in Greece with his parents. He goes to school in the Athenian suburb Paleo Faliro. The boy and the two other arrested Greeks are charged with trying to harm a policeman. The parents of the boy are in touch with him all the time.

The crime scene, where Alexandros Grigiripoulast died was reinvestigated again today for two hours. A partial enactment of the events was also done. The further investigation of the crime scene became necessary after the results of the ballistic expertise came out, which proved the presence of deformation and traces of pyritic dioxide on the bullet that pierced the heart of the 16 year old Alexandros.

As grreporter.info already told you, the pyrite is a material frequently used in construction building in Greece. The prosecutor, the case investigator, the lawyers of the family and of the two policemen were present at the inspection. Until now, none of the interested parties have made a statement about the results from the inspection and the partial reenactment.

The death of the underage boy triggered a storm of protests around Greece, which are not quieting down for a 15th day now. Tonight Athens was a protests arena between anarchists and the police. A building, which belongs to the Ministry of Domestic Economy was burnt together with two luxury cars, which were parked close by. Three reporters were injured.

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