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A motorcycle with two terrorists wearing helmets stopped in front of the offices of the Golden Dawn in Neo Iraklio Athens. People were standing outside the offices when the passenger got off the motorcycle and shot in cold blood at a distance of 1.5 feet two young men aged 22 and 26 years old. Before leaving the terrorists again shot the young men lying on the ground.
They literally emptied their guns on them. Another citizen was seriously injured by a bullet. It’s a miracle that no one else was hurt. The attack was planned and appears not to be aimed at a specific person, but rather anyone who was outside the offices of Golden Dawn while it was open.
The Golden Dawn had requested police protection for the office as they had been receiving threats, but the treacherous coalition of Samaras refused!
The anti-Greek government is guilty of this crime, they are using any means to try and stop the peoples nationalist movement but they will fail!
Golden Dawn New York Division releases statement on tragic double murder.
PHOTOS TAKEN THIS EVENING AT MEMORIAL TO MANOS AND GIORGOS 02/11/13
Golden Dawn Nationalist Martyrs Giorgos and Manos
26 November 2013 Gardai have appealed for the public’s assistance following the disappearance of a 15-year-old girl from Limerick City.
Eileen Delaney was last seen in Limerick on the Sunday afternoon of November 17.
The young girl has been described as 5ft 5inches in height with a slim build, shoulder length blonde hair and blue eye.
She was last seen wearing a white jumper, white jeans with denim braces and navy lace boots.
Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Eileen has been asked to contact Henry Street Garda station on 061-212400.
The public can also contact the Garda Confidential Telephone Line on 1800-666-111 or any local station.