Convicted November 17 hitman Dimitris Kofodinas has been granted a second furlough by the prison council in Greece.
He will be allowed to exit the prison at 9am Friday morning (Athens time) and return in two days. He will be obliged to report to a police station near his family home in Varnavas area of North Attica twice a day.
Three months ago Koufanidas was granted his first 48-hour prison release sparking strong reactions among his victims’ relatives, the Greek opposition parties, as well as the United States, Britain and Turkey, motherlands of some of his “targets”.
The far-left urban guerilla group’s chief of operations was convicted for eleven murderous hits and has been sentenced to 16 times life imprisonment.