"They caught me from my neck, they closed my mouth and dragged me away"
A very serious complaint was filed with the radio station THEMA 104.6, the resident of Syros, Irene Koutsoulidaki, which two said uniformed police officers (who did not come from Syros) who took part in the security measures for his visit Alexis Tsipras on the island, grabbed her neck and closed her mouth as she tried to protest against the prime minister.
When the 70-year-old woman, who was in trouble and even burst out crying in her interview, the prime minister tried to approach and disapprove of him:
"I'm too embarrassed because I was going to protest on the Miaoulis square while Alexis Tsipras went to the town hall, because he cheated on us and voted him in. The words are fat and untrue.
I told him: Good morning, thank you very much for coming to Greece. I did not tell him about VAT on pensions for the shuttle that was closed. There were two agents who took me off the neck.
One shook my throat and the other shook my mouth to prevent me from talking. It was done outside the statue of Miaoulis. I reached about three meters from the prime minister. He came to me and when I said what he said, all the lies were there … sorry, because I'm very anxious.
It hurts my throat from tightening, my other closes my mouth not to talk! "
The 70-year-old said the incident stood for many people. After the telephone communication with THEMA 104.6 the woman went to the hospital of Syros, where she stayed until now.
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