Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Pressing ahead

First of all, I'd like to thank everyone, and especially the Greek readers of this blog for their support and best wishes. It has really been great to know that so many people want to help. The good news is that I have found a lawyer to help me and we are in the process of pressing charges. I would like to ask anyone who saw what happened on Saturday to please get in contact if they would like to be a witness. Email me here if you can.

Πρωτα απο ολα, θα ηθελα να ευχαριστησω ολους σας που στειλατε μνηνηματα υποστηριξης και βοηθειας. Αν καποιοι απο σας ειδατε τι εγινε το Σαββατο και θελετε να βοηθησατε, στειλατε email.

Once again, thank you all for everything you have said and done.


kineta said...

Afternoon Craig,

Mum has tried ringing you a few times this morning, We are very pleased that you now have a lawyer, so the ball is rolling!
Just have lots of patience, and keep a cool head.

Mum and Kenny

Lesley said...

Great news about finding a lawyer. Bon courage!

Γιώργος Μαργαρίτης said...
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Γιώργος Μαργαρίτης said...

Πλέον είναι γνωστή η στρατηγική εκφοβισμού τους.

Σαν φοιτητές, τα νιώσαμε πολύ πιο έντονα στις πορείες του περασμένου καλοκαιριού και στις πορείες του Μάρτη.

Ενδεικτικά (μπορείτε να τα σβήσετε αν τα θεωρείται spam):

Καλή δύναμη, και μην το αφήσετε να περάσει έτσι. Mε οποιονδήποτε τρόπο μπορούμε θα σας στηρίξουμε.

melusina said...

I am so sorry to hear about what happened to you Saturday! I'm glad you have found a lawyer and I hope justice gets served. It seems like some riot police just want to beat people up, doesn't it?

I hope you feel (physically) better soon, and I'm glad you are still taking pictures.

plagal said...

Go get them dude!

In case you want to bring in the press on this I would suggest that you contact either Skai (both radio and TV) or the radio station Sto Kokkino. I am confident that they will both be interested to help publicize this, even if they make you wait until after the Sunday election.

Greetings and solidarity from Athens.

alex said...

get well soon and kick their ass in the courts...!
A greek guy...

dorapap said...

I'm glad that you found someone to support you! Make it public too - talk to Tv!
Hope you feel better soon!