The final convictions of the former Golden Dawn

 

The final convictions of the former Golden Dawn MPs were announced after Prosecutor Adamantia Oikonomou proposed their merger, given that among the 57 there are defendants who have been convicted of various crimes. The trial has been adjourned until tomorrow, Thursday, with proceedings continuing for the suspensive effect of the appeal.
According to the court’s decision, the final convictions are as follows:

For those found guilty of leading a criminal organization:

  1. Nikos Michaloliakos: 13 years and 6 months
  2. Elias Kasidiaris: 13 years and six months
  3. Giannis Lagos: 13 years and 8 months
  4. George Germenis: 13 years and six months
  5. Christos Pappas: 13 years and three months
  6. Elias Panagiotaros: 13 years
  7. Artemis Mattheopoulos: 10 years

For former deputies convicted of joining a criminal organization:

1. Nikos Michos: 6 years

2.Efstathios Boukouras: 5 years and 6 months

3.Michalis Arvanitis: 5 years

4.Antonis Gregos: 6 years

5.Panagiotis Iliopoulos: 7 years

6.Eleni Zaroulia: 6 years

7.Polyvios Zisimopoulos: 6 years

8.Costas Barbarousis: 6 years

9.Nikos Kouzilos: 7 years

10.Dimitris Koukoutsis: 6 years

The final sentences for the murder of Fyssa
1. Giorgos Roupakias is sentenced to life imprisonment plus 14 years for the murder of Pavlos Fyssas, according to the court ruling on the merger of sentences.

For those accused convicted of aiding and abetting intentional homicide, the penalties are as follows:

I. Kazantzoglou: 10 years and 2 months

I. Angos: 9 years and 2 months

A. Anadiotis: 7 years

G. Municipality: 7 years

E. Kalaritis: 9 years

I. V. Komianos: 9 years

K. Korkovilis: 9 years

A. Michalaros: 9 years and 2 months

G. Patelis: 10 years and 2 months

G. Skalkos: 7 years

G. Stampelos: 9 years

L. Tsalikis: 9 years old

Ath. Tsorvas: 9 years

N. Tsorvas: 9 years

A. Chrysafite: 7 years

N. Tsorvas: 9 years

A. Chrysafite: 7 years

The court’s verdict on sentencing is the penultimate step in ending the much-praised trial. Following the announcement of the sentencing decision, the prosecutor, Adamantia Oikonomou, will announce tomorrow, Thursday, her proposal on the suspensive nature of the appeal filed by the defense lawyers, a proposal in which the lawyers will be placed.

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