Greek Who Shot and Injured Asylum Seekers Released Conditionally

A 55-year-old man who shot four asylum seekers on Wednesday injuring two of them was released on conditions on Monday afternoon.

The man has to show up at a police unit three times a month, avoid going to his farms, and pay a deposit of 1,000 as guarantee. He is also banned from leaving the country.

The man is married, has two children, and is an assistant carpenter. In his testimony he said that he lost farm animals to theft at least twice last week, and when he saw the four he shot at them because he was afraid they would attack him and steal his animals again.



After another squabble with Turkey about refugees on the border, Greece will lengthen a wall there by some 80 kilometers (49.

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