Qigane fireworks from weapons stolen from police (video)

A shocking video in which members of a youth cygan gang celebrate the victory over their competitors in the war that unfolded in West Attica was shown by the ProtoThema edition.

Celebrating another victory on Wednesday night, the young qigans fired pistols and an Uzi-type submachine gun into the air, clearly not fearing the arrival of the police. Among the weapons is a police pistol model HK FP 9mmx19 with the seal of the Greek police.

The bandits behave like the masters of life, without fear of filming themselves and posting it on social networks, as if they are above the law.

According to editions, now there is a war between a large gang that sells weapons and drugs in the western suburbs of the capital, and another that is engaged in robberies, incl. ATMs and safes.

“The situation has reached a point of no return. We feel helpless and forgotten. If the state does not intervene, there is no doubt that after a small Mario* we will mourn the other victims, ”a local resident told protothema.gr.

* 4 years ago, during a similar celebration of victory, in one of the Cygan enclaves of Menidi, 11-year-old Mario died, from being hit by a stray bullet in the head in the schoolyard.

During police operation, which took place the next day, in which more than 250 police officers were involved, searches were carried out in 22 houses and 31 people were detained. All detained are local Roma. Despite the weapons and drugs found, all the detainees were released home after a short time.

About 600 thousand Roma live in Greece, which is almost 6% of the country’s population. The overwhelming majority of them conduct activities far from legal, despite the huge sums allocated by the authorities as social assistance.

Ο Πρόεδρος Θεσσαλικής Ομοσπονδίας Ρομά ζητά στήριξη από την Πολιτεία, επειδή δεν μπορούν να βγουν έναναιψονονουν
Μερικές φορές είναι να απορεί κανείς τί άνθρωποι μας έχουν κυβερνήσει, για να έχουν αποκτήσει κάπορεί κανε τί νθρωποι μας έχουν κυβερνήσει, για να έχουν αποκτήσει. pic.twitter.com/2rmf331y2q

– Ουίνστον Σμιθ (@Ouinston) April 10, 2020

An indicative phrase was thrown on the air of a Greek TV channel by one of the gypsy barons during a lockdown: “we have nothing to live for, because we cannot steal because of quarantine.”

During police operation, which took place the next day, in which more than 250 police officers were involved, searches were carried out in 22 houses and 31 people were detained. All detained are local Roma. Despite the weapons and drugs found, all the detainees were released home after a short time.

About 600 thousand Roma live in Greece, which is almost 6% of the country’s population. The overwhelming majority of them conduct activities far from legal, despite the huge sums allocated by the authorities as social assistance.

Ο Πρόεδρος Θεσσαλικής Ομοσπονδίας Ρομά ζητά στήριξη από την Πολιτεία, επειδή δεν μπορούν να βγουν έναναιψονονουν
Μερικές φορές είναι να απορεί κανείς τί άνθρωποι μας έχουν κυβερνήσει, για να έχουν αποκτήσει κάπορεί κανε τί νθρωποι μας έχουν κυβερνήσει, για να έχουν αποκτήσει. pic.twitter.com/2rmf331y2q

– Ουίνστον Σμιθ (@Ouinston) April 10, 2020

An indicative phrase was thrown on the air of a Greek TV channel by one of the gypsy barons during a lockdown: “we have nothing to live for, because we cannot steal because of quarantine.”





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