‘Golden Dawn godfather’

Published on 1 October 2013 at 09:10

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Telephone recordings made by Greek secret services monitoring Golden Dawn have revealed that Yannis Lagos, one of the neo-Nazi party’s 18 MPs, was informed of an impending attack on rapper Pavlos Fyssas in advance of the singer's murder in the early hours of September 19.

Arrested at the same time as the party’s leadership and other activists on September 28, Lagos has also been charged with money laundering, extortion and carrying an illegal weapon, reports Ta Nea.

Along with the rest of the Greek press, the daily reports numerous revelations on the functioning of Golden Dawn and the party's many arms caches, which are currently being sought by police.

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