According to fresh evidence, which aroused from police transcripts from the night that Pavlos Fyssas was murdered in Keratsini on September 18, the police motorcycle unit (Dias) that was present at the scene was ordered not to intervene. Fyssas’ girlfriend has previously testified that the police had remained inactive during the incident, despite her pleas for help.
A magistrate in Piraeus, who is investigating Fyssas’ murder, has requested the new data that are associated with the case file of the criminal organization Golden Dawn. In the transcripts, communication between Dias police unit and the police rapid response center, minutes before and after the murder, is recorded.
Among other things, a policeman is heard saying that 20 Golden Dawn members informed them that they had a conflict with anarchists. Minutes after the murderous attack and while Dias police units appear to search for possible individuals involved, the transcripts reveal that they deliberately lost them.
In the last two archives that were transcribed from the recordings, it seems that “40 individuals with helmets, screwdrivers and knives” were located at a known canteen in Haidari, where a “bloodied person was at that spot.” The transcripts end here. It remains unknown if the group in question was found and if it had any relation with Fyssas’ murder.
At the same time, from the radio communication, it arouses that Dias police unit that was at the junction of Tsaldari and Kefallinias streets has been ordered not to intervene. Minute and 34 seconds after midnight, the police operator said: “Keep your distance and keep us informed. Other units will arrive there.”
About 4 minutes later, the policemen realized that Pavlos Fyssas has been hit:
Crew: Operator one individual has…he is… bleeding, possibly by knife. He indicates another man (incomprehensible) that attacked him. Both men are at the location. An ambulance should come.”
Fifty seconds later, the policeman seems to be anxious and persistently demands from the Operator “that the ambulance should come quickly.”
At the same time, there are plenty of photographs added to Golden Dawn’s case file from the foreclosures that were conducted at the house of G. Patelis, boss in Golden Dawn local office of Nikaia. Among these photographs, Golden Dawn members appear to give the nazi salute and pose –even on the bed- holding guns.
Translated from Eleftherotypia’s website, 16 January 2014