Innocent! This was the proposal of the prosecutor Adamantia Oikonomou for the golden MPs, against all the evidence for the criminal action of the neo-Nazi organization with the raid battalions and the Nazi hymns. All but one are innocent. The confessed murderer of the musician Pavlos Fyssas, George Roupakias.
The prosecutor had even claimed that all the golden-eyed perpetrators did nothing organized, that all the Nazi crimes were “isolated incidents”, without the knowledge of the Chief, the governors, but also the nuclear chiefs.
From the beginning of the big trial, Ms. Oikonomou did not spend a single minute investigating the indictment, but chose to act with her questions as a “defense prosecutor”.
In fact, he made a relentless effort to deconstruct the prosecution witnesses and not only adopted the defensive line of Chrysi Avgi, but especially for the murder of Pavlos Fyssas, he finally overcame it after he demanded that everyone be acquitted except Roupakia, when Michaloliakos himself »The nuclear chief Patelis and the entire Local Organization of Nice, in his attempt to load the criminal responsibility exclusively on them and to escape himself.
According to the prosecutor, it did not appear that there was a central planning by the party or an order from Nikos Michaloliakos for the commission of criminal acts.
Referring to the testimonies of the prosecution witnesses, the prosecutor said that either they did not have their own knowledge and expressed opinions, judgments, conclusions, or regarding the defendants, that their allegations consisted of vagueness, conjecture, inaccuracies and “irrational” facts. .
Only Roupakias is guilty of Fyssa’s murder
It was preceded by the proposal of the prosecutor, who asked for the guilt of George Roupakias for the murder of Pavlos Fyssas and the acquittal of the other 17 accused of the murder of Fyssas from the offenses of direct complicity in the murder and simple complicity.
In fact, the prosecutor stated in her proposal that Ioannis Kazantzoglou, who is accused of direct complicity in the murder of the 34-year-old musician, was not in G. Roupakias’s vehicle that fateful night.
Roupakias decided and executed the crime in a calm state of mind “, said the prosecutor and continued:” His intention was to kill the victim, he managed to inflict multiple blows on his body with rage “.
According to the prosecutor, G. Roupakias was “in a calm mental state which allowed him to think calmly and accepting the deadly results of his actions and using the folding knife he hit Pavlos Fyssas twice at the height of his heart”.
The prosecutor asked for the rejection, as unfounded, of the allegation made by G. Roupakias, according to which he was in defense that night, because as he said such a thing did not turn out to be a hearing.
“His claim that he was attacked is unfounded. “He had decided on his criminal intent, he hit the victim with absolute success”, said the prosecutor, asking at the same time to reject the request submitted by the accused for a change of his accusation. Under these circumstances, the prosecutor requests that G. Roupakias be found guilty, just as he is accused, ie of manslaughter.
Regarding the accused Ioannis Kazantoglou, who is accused of direct complicity in the murder and the other accused of the Fyssa murder, 16 of his co-accused for simple complicity, the prosecutor proposed their acquittal.
Among other things, the prosecutor stated that “the above accused could not realize the murderous intention of Roupakia. The appearance of Roupakias at the scene was coincidental at the scene of the murder “, said the prosecutor and continued:” If there was a plan, Roupakias would already be in the offices of the Local Organization of Chrysi Avgi, without the need for a previous phone call “.
They did not give an order!
The prosecutor also stated that there was no order from the Golden Dawn leadership for the murder of Pavlos Fyssas.
Among other things, the prosecutor, citing evidence from the evidentiary process as well as testimonies, stated in her speech: “No phrases were heard indicating that the murder of Fyssa was ordered or that it was Golden Dawn leadership. It did not appear that an order was given by her. ”
“After all, what would be the benefit for Golden Dawn. “If the murder of Fyssa was indeed pre-planned, why did they commit it in a central place and not another night in another secluded place so that the crime would not become visible”.
The acquittal for the attacks against PAME and the Egyptian fishermen
The prosecutor had also suggested the conversion of the charge from a felony to a misdemeanor for the accused in the Golden Dawn case who have been referred for participating in the attack against Egyptian fishermen and against PAME trade unionists.
In particular, regarding the attack on the Egyptian fishermen, in 2012, in Perama, the prosecutor requested that the charge for the five defendants in this case be changed from attempted murder to grievous bodily harm together.
It is recalled that one of the four foreign fishermen was seriously injured during the attack.
According to the prosecutor, “if the perpetrators had a murderous purpose, they would have carried it out. They would have persisted despite the victim’s appeals. “The perpetrators would have taken care to plan the criminal outcome differently.”
For the attack against PAME executives, in 2013 in Perama, the prosecutor again requested the conversion of the charge for the four accused in the specific case. In particular, he proposed the conversion of the charge from attempted murder from intent to dangerous and simple bodily harm, ie to a misdemeanor. In fact, as he pointed out, for simple bodily harm, the criminal prosecution should be suspended conditionally.
According to the prosecutor, there was no required homicide for the accused of the attack as “if they had, they would have achieved their goal and the people who shouted” police “or that they did not have enough time would not stop them”. According to the prosecutor, “if one wants to commit murder, one can do it in seconds”.
Distinguished possession of weapons
For the crime of distinguished possession of firearms (crime) which is borne by some of the accused, among them Nikos Michaloliakos, Nikos Michos, Ioannis Lagos, etc. the prosecutor requested, on a case-by-case basis, that the specific offense be converted into offenses equivalent to misdemeanors.
Indicatively, for N. Michaloliakos he proposed the conversion of the crime of distinguished possession of weapons into illegal possession of weapons (misdemeanor) while for Ilias Kasidiaris and St. Boukoura demanded their complete acquittal.