from Greek daily Kathimerini
24 February 2010
'A graphic artist who witnessed the shooting of teenager Alexis Grigoropoulos in central Athens in December 2008 told a court in Amfissa yesterday that she saw the two police special guards involved aim directly at the schoolboy and then walk off nonchalantly after firing two shots.
..She rejected claims by policemen Epaminondas Korkoneas and Vassilis Saraliotis that their patrol car had been targeted by a group of youths. She said that nothing was thrown at the vehicle but there had been some form of verbal exchange. The special guards returned a few minutes later.
“They were walking in step, giving the impression they were looking for a fight, they provoked the kids verbally and one of the policemen made a rude gesture. I assume that the kids swore at them but I could not hear anything.”
“I saw both of them taking out their guns. I am sure of it,”
“They both drew them at the same time, as if it was choreographed, as if they were prepared. They held the guns with both hands and pointed straight ahead, not diagonally, nor up in the air. They aimed straight. I heard two shots and jumped back.”'