Former Greek Minister Participated in Criminal Organization



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The largest criminal organization that has ever acted in Greece was dismantled by Greek police officers with the assistance of the Anti-Terrorist Unit.

Greek authorities assembled a large file against the criminal organization which contains a total of 37 extortioners and henchmen, including the name of Akis Tsohatzopoulos, former PASOK Minister, who has already been convicted of receiving 54 million euros in kickbacks.

According to Greek news, Akis Tsochatzopoulos ordered a bombing attack against Yiannis Sbokos, because he allegedly owed him around 2 million euros.

The former minister had paid 5,000 euros for this bombing and pressured a known long-term convict to do the job, even though the convict was opposed to the idea.


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