At midnight on Tuesday 17 September, anti-fascist musician Paul Fyssas was knifed to death in Piraeus, near Athens, by a fascist, Giorgos Roupakas.
Thirty thugs from the fascist Golden Dawn movement were waiting outside the cafe where Paul was watching a football match. They had been mobilised by mobile phone.
Thirty against one! And even then, they relied on their chosen thug, Roupakas, to do the killing.
Then Roupakas’s party disowned him. Pretended not to know him!
The internet and the newspapers carried pictures of the killer hugging prominent Golden Dawn MPs. Golden Dawn leader Ilias