New Nuclei of Fire related arrest in Athens exposes the volume of persecuting sham as antiterrorist chief admits police knew the innocence of the arrested.
The latest episode of the Nuclei of Fire Conspiracy arrests saga has marked a new turn of the ridiculous with the arrest of a 26 year old man on January the 4th. The man was arrested when he made his monthly appearance to his local police station due to charges against him in relation to riots that broke out in May 2006 during the European Social Forum 100,000 strong protest march in Athens. According to the police the warrant against the arrested man was issued on the 31st of December 2009 because of fingerprints on mobile internal material of a computer found in the Chalandri house where the original arrests in relation to the urban guerrilla group were made last September. It must be noted that as of December the 31 the persecutor in charge of the NFC case has changed after the original one died of heart attack.
According to the lawyer of the arrested the young man does not even live in Athens but lives and works in the town of Trikala, in Thessaly. Moreover during the bomb attack against the house of the now Minister of Economics Ms Katseli, the arrested was actually working in Trikala installing the pre-election rally platform of her party, PASOK. According to the bourgeois media, police officers have expressed their disbelief regarding the belated discovery of the fingerprint as all fingerprint lists and suspect lists that follow them have been finalised by the forensics laboratories since October.
And if that was not enough to prove that the whole NFC arrest case is a ridiculous ploy against a wide spectrum of anarchists, according to the mother of the arrested the chief of the anti-terrorist bureau has admitted to her "we knew he has no relation with the NFC but we had to arrest him" due to the fingerprints inside the computer. In midst of considerable political pressure, the head officer has admitted to have met the mother but denied he made such comment.