The penal prosecution of Golden Dawn leaders is about to reach the courts. The change of government brings hope that the links between the neonazis and the state will be at last broken.
But, one needs to be adamant that what lacked the previous years was not proof, but political will. We reproduce in this post two very interesting videos that were aired before the murder of Pavlos Fissas.
The first video is made by the Guardian. It begins with the story of Abouzid Embarak, the Egyptian fisherman who will be present in the upcoming trial demanding the conviction of the Golden Dawn members who nearly killed him.
The second video is made for the BBC by Paul Mason and refers to the links between the police and Golden Dawn.
We urge you to see these videos and also read the Financial appeal from the lawyers’ initiative for the “Civil Action of the anti-fascist movement in the trial of Golden Dawn”.