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Police fear an escalation of terrorism

08 January 2014 / 15:01:58  GRReporter
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During the trial against the members of "17 November", Christodoulos Xiros received a 6-fold life sentence and 25 years in prison for involvement in six murders, bombings and robberies. He was a member of the "second generation" of the group and his nickname was "Manolis". Xiros confessed to his participation in the following: the murder of publisher Nikolaos Momferatos and his driver Panagiotis Rousetis on 21 February 1985, the explosion of a car full of explosives near a police bus, which killed policeman Nikolaos Georgakopoulos on 26 November 1985, the murder of industrialist Dimitris Angelopoulos on 8 April 1986, military attaché at the U.S. Embassy William Nordin on 28 June 1988 and U.S. soldier Ronald Stewart on 12 March 1991.

Tags: Crime newsChristodoulos Xiros17 NovemberTerrorismPrisonEscapeConspiracy of Fire Nuclei
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