Dimitris Koufodinas, the staff killer of the now defunct terrorist group on November 17, petitioned for release for the first time.
On September 19, he will serve 19 years in prison and will be allowed to initiate proceedings in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code.
The request will be forwarded to the appropriate judicial authorities and a decision will be made in due course.
Koufodinas, 63, was sentenced to 11 life sentences and 25 years in prison for 11 murders, attempted murder, membership in a criminal organization, and possession and use of weapons and explosives.
Earlier this year, Koufodinas announced 66-day hunger strike, demanding transfer to a prison of their choice.
Dimitris Koufodinas – terrorist organization’s staff killer November 17, which in 1973-2002 carried out 103 terrorist attacks in Europe, Great Britain and the United States. Koufodinas was sentenced to 11 life sentences and 25 years in prison for taking part in 11 murders, robberies and explosions.
Victims of Dimitris Koufontinas:
February 21, 1985: Nikos Momferatos, publisher Apogevmatini. February 21, 1985: Panagiotis Rosetis, Nikos Momferatos driver. April 8, 1986: Dimitris Angelopoulos, industrialist, president of a metallurgical plant. March 1, 1988: Al. Afanasiadis-Bodosakis, businessman. June 28, 1988: William Nordin, US Navy Captain and US Embassy Attaché. September 26, 1989: Pavlos Bakoyannis, MP. March 12, 1991: Ronald Stewart, US Air Force Sergeant. October 7, 1991: Cetin Yorgu, Turkish diplomat. July 14, 1992: Athanasios Aksarlian, student (during the assassination attempt on then Minister of Finance Ioannis Paleokrasas). January 24, 1994: Michalis Branopoulos, Governor of the National Bank during the reign of Mitsotakis. July 4, 1994: Omer Sipahioglu, Turkish diplomat. May 28, 1997: Costas Peraticos, ship owner. June 8, 2000: Stephen Saunders, Brigadier General and Defense Attaché, British Embassy.