The court prosecutor proposed life imprisonment for the murderer of Pavlos Fyssas, Giorgos Roupakias, and 13 years of imprisonment for the seven members who were found guilty of forming and running a criminal organization.
More specifically, the court prosecutor, Adamantia Ekonomou, submitted her proposal for the sentences that should be imposed on each of the accused, based on yesterday’s court decision regarding any extenuating circumstances.
It should be noted that the court did not admit any extenuating circumstances for the seven Golden Dawn leaders, namely Nikos Michaloliakos, Christos Pappas, Artemis Mattheopoulos, Elias Panagiotaros, Elias Kasidiaris, Yiannis Lagos and George Germenis, who are facing a 13-year sentence.
For the murderer of Pavlos Fyssas, Giorgos Roupakias, the prosecutor proposed life imprisonment and an eight-year sentence to the direct accomplices.
The prosecutor proposed seven years imprisonment for the former MPs who were convicted for participation and membership in a criminal organization. For the former MPs whose extenuating circumstances were admitted by the court, the prosecutor proposed a five-year sentence. These members are: Stathis Boukouras, Chrysovalantis Alexopoulos, Michael Arvanitis and Nikolaos Mihos.
The trial continues with the defense’s closing arguments. Right after that, the court will deliberate and afterwards, it will announce its decision for the sentencing.
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