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Two decisions allegedly involved in the killing of gay rights activists

[InTime News]

On September 21, 2018, he was convicted of causing fatal physical harm in the murder of gay rights activist Zakkost Poulos during a quarrel at a jewelry store in downtown Athens. After that, two men were sentenced to 10 years in prison. Their involvement in the case turned out to be innocent by the split decision.

Convicted were a 77-year-old owner of a jewelry store and a 59-year-old owner of a nearby real estate office. The former was to be sentenced to his home for his age and the latter to be put in jail.

When he entered the jewelry store, the two men attacked 33-year-old Costpros. Costpros was seen breaking through the shop window, leaving the store, leaving the perpetrators, falling on the sidewalk outside, and being repeatedly kicked and beaten until a group of nine police officers arrived at the scene.

https://www.ekathimerini.com/news/1183471/two-sentenced-for-part-in-killing-of-gay-rights-activist/ Two decisions allegedly involved in the killing of gay rights activists

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