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Convicted Terrorist Koufodinas to Remain in Prison Until 2027

Koufodinas November 17 Koufodinas leaving Korydallos prison in November 2018 after being granted leave from prison. Credit: AMNA

Greek judges ruled on Friday that Dimitris Koufodinas, the convicted terrorist of the now-defunct November 17 group, must remain in prison until September 2027, when he can then apply for parole.

In 2003, Koufodinas, 63, was sentenced to 11 life sentences and 25 years in prison for 11 murders, attempted murder, membership of a criminal organization, as well as the possession and use of weapons and explosives.

Koufodinas had applied to the Council for Criminal Procedure in Lamia to be released on parole as he has completed 19 years of his actual sentence.

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