Originally appearing in the Spring 2009 issue of Rolling Thunder. This zine contains the entire article: the timleine, an analysis, and an interview with participants of the riot.
Following the police killing of 15-year-old Alexandros Grigoropoulos in downtown Athens, Greece was wracked by weeks of unprecedented rioting. Anarchists and students, supported and often joined by signifcant swaths of the population, clashed with police, destroyed corporate and
government property and occupied government buildings, trade union offices, and media outlets, not to mention universities.