A fine job annulled

The Hellenic Police is doing a fine job with its officers carrying out their duties in a diligent and dedicated manner.

Major cases are currently being solved thanks to the organization’s methodical operations.

At the same time, however, it seems the Greek state is doing everything in its power to nullify the force’s accomplishments, having allowed a number of criminals to be set free and go completely unpunished.

How else can one explain the fact that a minor was essentially set free recently even though he is known to have committed murder? How can it be that a number of offenders have been arrested for committing serious crimes before subsequently being released from prison only to commit more and worse felonies?

The government should immediately amend the kind of disastrous laws that are leading to an increase in crime and justifiably fueling public anger.

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