Spyropoulou, was allegedly aiding Xiros when he was a fugitive, as well as in a plan to spring imprisoned members of the extreme-leftist terror gang Conspiracy of Fire Cells from Korydallos prison.
The mother of both the Tsakalos brothers, who at the time of the arrest was giving testimony at the office of the investigative magistrate on a different aspect of the Xiros case, was immediately arrested by authorities for harboring a criminal.
The arrest comes after three other suspects were detained at the weekend, all of whom also face similar terrorism-related charges.
One of the three detainees includes a 32-year-old man who is accused of passing on a number of items to Spyropoulou, which were to be used in the Korydallos prison break plan. The list of items includes digital files, about 6,000 euros in cash, a GPS jammer and even laser scopes which were to be used in the assault on the prison.
The other suspect, according to one report in the To Vima newspaper, says that another detainee, a 36-year-old woman, is suspected of acting as a liaison between Xiros, Angeliki Spyropoulou as well as a third suspect. The same report also points out that DNA traces of the third detainee, a 39-year-old man, were discovered in a mail bomb that had been sent to prosecutor Dimitris Mokkas in September 2013, as well as a time bomb that was sent to the Korydallos tax office in March 2014 and an explosive bomb that was delivered to the Itea Police Department director in April 2014.
On the subject of Greek terrorists, three Greek convicted terrorists who are currently being held in the Domokos high security prison (central Greece) on Monday announced that they were beginning a hunger strike to protest against anti-terror laws, and in favour of the abolition of high security prisons.
Dimitris Koufontinas, 57, serving multiple life sentences for crimes related to his membership of the November 17 terrorist organisation, and Kostas Gournas, convicted for his membership in the terrorist organisation Revolutionary Struggle, co-signed a statement saying they protest, among others, against anti-terror laws.
The same was announced in a separate statement, signed by Nikos Maziotis, convicted for membership in the Revolutionary Struggle terrorist group.
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References - MEGA tv, To Vima, ProtoThema, enikos, kathimerini, ANA-MPA