Anarchists scatter flyers at special magistrate’s office


A group of self-styled anarchists made its way up to the seventh floor of the Athens Appeals Court on Monday and scattered flyers protesting a recent arrest before fleeing the premises.

The group targeted the office of Efytchis Nikolopoulos, the special investigating magistrate responsible for terrorism-related crimes.

It scattered flyers containing a message of solidarity with Constantinos (Dinos) Giagtzoglou, the 29-year-old accused of constructing and sending several letter bombs at the start of the year, including one that seriously injured former prime minister Lucas Papademos.