Greece’s supreme court decided on September 25 to launch an investigation into links between army reservists and the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party, and to proceed with the examination of telephone conversations recorded by the Greece’s National Intelligence Service (NIS).
Eleftherotypia explains that Golden Dawn had already been under NIS surveillance for several months when Pavlos Fyssas was murdered in the early hours of the morning of September 18. According to the daily, the transcript of the recordings could show that the murderer received an order to assassinate Pavlos Fyssas, and the source of the order may have been a Golden Dawn member of parliament.
More than 10,000 people took to the streets of Athens on September 25 protesting against the neo-Nazi party and to pay tribute to the murdered rapper, reports the daily's front page.
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