Police Attack on Demonstration for Alexis Grigoropoulos in Athens
The Greek government banned the commemoration of Alexis Grigoropoulos, who was shot dead by the police in 2008 in Athens, the capital of Greece. Fascism has the freedom to murder our children, but it is forbidden to commemorate them and hold them accountable.
To protest this unacceptable situation, the Greek People’s Front and Class Counter-Attack banners were unfurled, and they wanted to march to the monument built for Alexis in Exerkiya and make a press statement. The police, who attacked as soon as the march started, prevented the crowd. For half an hour, the attack of the police was exposed with slogans in Greek and Turkish.
14 revolutionaries from the Greek Popular Front and Class Counter-Attack were detained.
Alexis Grigoropoulos is Immortal Berkin Elvan is Immortal
Down with Fascism, Long Live Peoples’ Struggle