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February 17, 2019
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Felony charges for former seaman over alleged threatening messages to MPs

A public prosecutor on Tuesday pressed felony charges against a 63-year-old former seaman over alleged threatening messages sent to MPs in order to intimidate them into vote against the Prespes Agreement.

The suspect asked and received an extension until Thursday to prepare his testimony.

According to the case file, the suspect also urged others to send messages and admitted to have sent a message to MP Katerina Papakosta.

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