On July 7th, Andreas submitted an appeal to the Greek Supreme Court to annul the slander judgment.
Two weeks later, the plaintiff in the slander case, Nikolaos Stroblos, presented Andreas with a demand for immediate “obligatory execution” of the original slander judgment. This demand requires Andreas to pay Stroblos 18,443 euro immediately, and publish a “public apology” within the next few days. Andreas will be subjected to a 200 euro fine per day if he fails to comply.
Moreover, if Andreas does not comply, Stroblos can seize any bank accounts with Andreas’ name in them, and seize Andreas’ elderly mother’s home in Greece, which happens to be under Andreas’ name.
Andreas will of course be asking the Greek Supreme Court for a temporary injunction to stop the “obligatory execution”.
We will let you know the outcome of this case as we learn more. This final stage of the persecution is clearly coming to a head.