About the case of Rami Sirianos

On the 31st of January 2011, following a robbery after the termination of the ODDY (organization for the management of public material) auction in Neapoli, Thessaloniki, anarchist Rami Sirianos is surrounded and arrested by a DIAS police patrol. He is accused of robbery, kidnapping, theft and illegal weapon possession. Shortly after, the comrade Kleomenis Savvanidis is arrested in front of his house and also led in front of the judge for the accusations. Rami Sirianos claims the responsibility of committing the robbery, stating that he is an anarchist and that he robbed the ODDY in the context of his refusal of labor, adding also that his co-accused has absolutely no connection with this case. The comrade Kleomenis Savvanidis is set free under conditions until the trial, while Rami is remanded in Ioannina prison and few months later the trial is set for the 5th of December 2011 in Thessaloniki.

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(Ελληνικά) Γράμμα του Δημήτρη Μιχαήλ

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(Ελληνικά) Κείμενο Αλέξανδρου Μητρούσια, Κώστα Σακκά, Γιώργου Καραγιαννίδη

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About the 4 of Vironas

On the 13/10/2010 warrants are issued for Dimtsiadis D., Tsilianidis M., Fessas D. and Tzifkas S., following the arrest of their comrade and anarchist Yiannis Skouloudis in relation to the arson of a power company (DEI) vehicle. The 4 comrades choose to become fugitives, as they explain also in a letter they send.

After 3 months, and more precisely on the 13/01/2011, they are arrested in the area of Vironas, Athens, after an operation carried out by the anti-terrorist unit. In the next hours (and days) following their arrest, the cops and the media give out reports that there have been arrests of members belonging to the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire group, publish  photographs and so on. On the same day they raid 9 houses in Thessaloniki belonging to relatives and comrades of the arrested, while one of the accusations that were finally brought against them . . . → Συνέχεια: About the 4 of Vironas