Thessaloniki: ingenious anti-Axis blockade the diagnostic center

There is no limit to the ingenuity of the Greek anti-axers. Three men and a woman, who introduced themselves as leaders of the “constitutional police”, came to the diagnostic center in Tumba (Thessaloniki) and demanded documents from the center’s leadership to test citizens.

The unprecedented incident took place at noon Thursday in the center, where, among other things, citizens conduct rapid tests. Self-proclaimed representatives of the “constitutional police” demanded from the head of the company documents on legal activities and data on employees in it, while not allowing an express test of citizens.

The surprised man wondered why he should obey them, to which they replied that these were the organs of the “constitutional police”. Each had a card that read “Guardian of Article 120 of the Constitution,” which said that, as “Guardians,” they could control anyone and everything. They also spoke out against the vaccine, against the coronavirus, and said rapid tests were illegal.

“They started shouting that they were the police, that they needed legal documents, licenses for employees and nurses. Since there was something wrong with them, even though they were wearing DIAS (Greek Police Rapid Response Team) jackets and other insignia and Greek flags everywhere, I asked them to come out. “I immediately called the police, and these people started driving the visitors from the place where they came and expected to take the test,” a company spokesman told OPEN. He also added that these people called them “traitors to Greece.”

Arriving police officers from the “Άμεση Δράση” (Immediate Action) unit arrested all 4 self-proclaimed “constitutional policemen”. It is reported that criminal cases were opened against them on charges of counterfeiting (police symbols), insult and violation of the law on disease prevention.

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