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Greek Guerrilla Suspects Walk Free Before Olympics

Three suspected members of Greece’s oldest urban guerrilla group were released on bail on Monday, promising they posed no terrorist threat less than two weeks before the start of the Athens Olympics. The suspects — on trial for murder, attempted murder and scores of bomb attacks — were released from the Korydallos top security jail in Athens in a move likely to embarrass the government, which has spent 1 billion euros on security for the Aug. 13-29 Olympics. The three suspected members of the leftist Revolutionary Popular Struggle (ELA) were released under Greek custody laws which forbid authorities to detain suspects on trial for longer than 18 months pending a verdict. Full Story

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