17N trial - Proposed sentences - Final tally
The special court trying the 'November 17' terrorist group case on Wednesday announced the proposed sentences for the 15 defendants convicted in the rulings announced Monday. Four other defendants were acquitted in the verdicts passed down on Monday.
The court will confer on the proposals, and is due to pass down the sentences next week.
Bench prosecutor Christos Lambrou, representing the state, called for multiple life sentences for 17N leader Alexandros Giotopoulos (21), main hitman Dimitris Koufodinas (13), Xiros brothers Savvas (6) and Christodoulos (10), and Vassilis Tzortzatos (3), and a life sentence for Iraklis Kostaris.
Below is an overall tally of the bench prosecutor's proposed prison sentences for the 15 convicted 'November 17' terrorist group members:
Alexandros Giotopoulos: 21 life terms + 2,440 years.
Dimitris Koufodinas: 13 life terms + 2,446 years
Christodoulos Xiros: 10 life terms + 1,640 years.
Savvas Xiros: 6 life terms + 2,076 years.
Vassilis Tzortzatos: 4 life terms + 1,537 years.
Iraklis Kostaris: 1 life term + 67 years.
Patroklos Tselentis: 371 years.
Vassilis Xiros: 176 years.
Costas Telios: 112 years.
Sotiris Kondylis: 49 years.
Kostas Karatsolis: 48 years.
Thomas Serifis: 37 years.
Vassilis Georgiadis: 17 years.
Pavlos Serifis: 10 years.
Nikos Papanastasiou: 10 years.
The bench prosecutor has called for a total of 11,036 years incarceration (apart from life terms) for the convicted defendants, while the total fines proposed for the instances of bomb explosions add up to 244,500 euro.