Convicted terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas stated he would continue his hunger strike, after the announcement of the Volos court ruling that declined his request for the seventh furlough.
His statement was made via his lawyer and was published in left-leaning site eksegersi.gr.
Koufodinas attacked the judges who issued the negative ruling, claiming they had operated as tools of the state apparatus.
The terrorist, who was the hit-man of extreme left group “November 17” which had murdered a number of foreign diplomats and attacked domestic political figures, made reference in his statement about prisoner and human rights, while he also raised the issue of “dignified struggle”.
He made it clear that he would continue the hunger strike while refusing any medical support.
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