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ATHENS – A five-member parole board on Sept. 15 rejected an appeal for release by Areti Tzochatzopoulou, who is serving a 12-year sentence at Thiva prison for her role in laundering millions of euros in kickbacks received by her father, former defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos.

Three of the five judges voted against the appeal, even though it had earlier received the packing of a prosecutor who proposed that Tzochatzopoulou should be released on “humanitarian grounds” as one of her three children is scheduled to undergo surgery.

Akis Tsochatzopoulos got a 20-year sentence for stealing from defense contracts and corruption.



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