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Two Remanded in Custody as Alleged Accomplices of Terrorist Christodoulos Xeros

xerosTwo men were remanded in custody after testifying before a Greek Appeal Court special magistrate for terrorism issues, as alleged accomplices of convicted terrorist Christodoulos Xeros. A 29-year-old Albanian national and a second man aged 23 were arrested last week and face charges of participating in a terrorist organization in addition to other crimes.
According to sources, both deny the charges against them and told the magistrate that they are not in any way involved in terrorist actions. Evidence against them includes the fingerprints of the 23-year-old found in a white van abandoned on Mount Egaleo, which has been recognized as the getaway vehicle used after a strike against Korydallos prison, Greece.
The suspect said that he does not know Xeros and said his fingerprints may be the result of work he undertook on behalf of an acquaintance, who had called and asked him to help start a car. He said the car was brought to him at a location behind the Panathinaikos stadium on Alexandras Avenue, where he managed to start the car and was given 1,500 euros.
The second suspect told the magistrate, as he earlier told the counter-terrorism squad, that he had no connection with the case apart from driving wanted suspect Aggeliki Spyropoulou — who had introduced herself as Maria — to various locations without knowing anything more about her.
According to the charges against him, the 29-year-old’s finger and palm prints were found in the house that Spyropoulou had rented under a false name in Perahora, Loutraki, Greece. He said that he had spent some nights in the house and that he stopped working with Maria when he saw she had a gun in her handbag.
(source: ana-mpa)

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