Trial of GD members accused of 2012 attack postponed to April

The trial of two Golden Dawn members, accused of attacking anti-fascist activists in Piraeus two years ago, was due to begin on Monday but has been postponed until April next year.

The court postponed the trial after deeming that one of the two suspects had not been summoned properly. The other is already in pretrial custody as part of the main judicial probe into the neo-Nazi party.

The two men were alleged to have been part of a four-member group that attacked the anti-fascists on September 15, 2012, armed with wooden poles.

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