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Here a list of all (well at least all those I could find) gangland killings who happened after 2000 in Greece. I also add some informations about the victims (except those who already have a biography).

February 2000: Themistoklís Papamális
May 2000: Andrea Duni: Albanian henchman of Kóstas Tsandsarídis; murdered by Aristotélis Yiáyias in Keratsini.  
 June 2000: Níkos Grigorákos
July 2000: Vassílis Grigorákos
July 2000: Thémis Kalapotharákos
October 2000: Vladimir Bokan: Serbian cigarette smuggler. Shot and killed in front of his Athenian villa, presumably by rival smugglers.
March 2001: Níkos Poúlias: Henchman of the Grigor
ákos. Killed in Ano Glyfada presumably in retaliation for the murder of Yiánnis Sotirópoulos in 1999.
2002: Theódoros Grigorákos
February 2002: Konstantin Papa: Albanian bank robber and accomplice of Kostas Passaris, as well as presumed snitch. He was murdered in his cell of Korydallos prison by Peter Sedhom and Spyros Chrystodoulou, who tried to make it look like a suicide.
November 2003: Konstantínos Tsandsarídis: 
March 2003: Yeóryios Tsalkov: Rossopontios murdered in Aspropyrgos in gang war between Greek-Russian gangs involved in smuggling of oil, cigarettes and alcohol.
2003: Yiórgos Tevrentchídis: Rossopontios, murdered in Aspropyrgos in a gang war between Greek-Russian gang. 

August 2003: Yiórgos Tchakalídis: AKA Dzoumbik; Rossopontios gangster from Georgia; killed in Thessaloniki.
February 2004: Yiánnis Perdikáris: Murdered in Kallithea in a gang war between Greek-Russian gang.
April 2004: Vayia Zisi/Kalleryaina: Madam and brothel owner.
April 2005: Andréas Païzis

November 2005: Aristídis Lakiótis
June 2006: Aleksandër Simoni: Albanian Henchman for a Nonos of Athens southern suburbs
August 2006: Kóstas Kouteliéris and Yiánnis Kátsios: Two rival mobsters of Vassílis Stefanákos. Murdered by Alket Rizaj in Peristeri.
September 2006: Yiánnis Gavákis: Leader of a mafia group active in Athens western suburbs alongside Stélios Hadzidákis and ally of Panayiótis Vlastós. Killed by Shabbat in Moschato.
September 2006: Panayiótis Stívas: Associate of Yiorgos Aftias and Yerasimos Mavrakis, killed in Nikaia, maybe by a gang of albanian hitmen.
January 2007: Sotíris Koússis: See Kostas Andreadis biography.
January 2007: Aristotélis Yiáyias and Vassilis Nasipian: Former henchmen of Níkos Kotrídis and of the Vlastós-Stefanakos-Skaftoúros mafia; killed alongside his innocent friend Nasipian in Nikaia by Shabbat. 
January 2007: Yiórgos Arvanitákis: Childhood friend of Yiáyias and part of Vlastós gang. Killed in Agios Dimitrios
January 2007: Vrour Kotcharian: Armenian night-club owner and presumed right-hand man of Armenian nonos of Thessaloniki "Grande" (real name unknown); killed in Thessaloniki presumably by other armenian gangsters. 
March 2007: Vassilis Popov: Georgian gangster killed in Thessaloniki.
August 2007: Konstantínos Ioakimídis: Rossopontios murdered in a gang war between Greek-Russian gangs outside his home in Oraiokastro. His murder was maybe in retaliation of the assassination of rossopontios Nikos Emoiridis in Krasnodar, Russia. 
June 2007: Yiórgos Aftiás: A nonos of West Athens and Piraeus and presumed associate of Kostas Nastoúlis. Shot and killed in Piraeus.
October 2007: Yerásimos Mavrákis: Nightclub owner and husband of actress Néna Hronopoúlou.
July 2007: Vakhtang Chachanidze: Georgian mobster and ally of Aslan Usoyan. Killed while he was on "vacations" in a Greek resort.
October 2007: Vasili Litsi, Besnik Pajaziti and Aldo Angaliu: three albanian gangster killed as part of the gang war between two albanian gangsters "Merkouri" and "Dasi".
October 2007: Edmir Sela and Eleni Stathopoulou: albanian gangster and his greek girlfriend murdered in Athens as part of the Merkouri-Dasi gang war
2008: Yiórgos Goússios: Businessman who had economic conflict with the Vlast
ós-Skafoúros mafia, who had him shot and killed in Penteli. 
January 2008: Kristak Girko: albanian gangster killed in Athens as part of the Merkouri-Dasi gang war
February 2008: Zaza Abzanidze: Georgian killed in downtown Thessaloniki in broad daylight.
November 2008: Sot
íris Psychópaidas: Body-builer, nightclub bouncer and presumed gang associate in Kalamata, murdered near Thouria, in Messenia by a greek and an albanian. 
November 2008: Aléxandros Kosmópoulos
December 2008: Bámbis Lazarídis
May 2008: Ali Saïd: Drug dealer and bomber for Kóstas Nastoúlis (he was also his koumbaros). Killed in Paleo Faliro.
May 2008: Paul Botezatu, Fluturim Lalaj and Fotak Dimeli/Zeneti: Romanian (Botezatu) and Albanian gangster killed in Agios Panteleimon as part of the Merkouri-Dasi gang war.
April 2008: Yiórgos Shabbat: Kóstas Nastoúlis main hitman, also involved in bank robberies. Killed outside the night-club Mansion in Athens while on bail. 
April 2008: Elton Hamitaj: albanian gangster killed in Nea Smyrni as part of the Merkouri-Dasi gang war
July 2008: Elvis-Dimitris Bogdani: Albanian gangster killed in Keratsini as part of the Merkouri-Dasi gang war.
November 2008: Malkhaz Mindadze: Georgian thief in law and friend of Zaza Abzanidze. Killed in Athens, probably as part of the war between Aslan Usoyan and Tariel Oniani.
February 2009: An innocent albanian
: Employee of former gangster Zacharías Vivilákis, who then became the owner of a religious icons shop. He was killed by mistake when hired killers shot Vivilákis jeep, which he was driving, killing him and seriously injuring Vivilákis.
June 2009: Yeóryios Anagnostópoulos
May 2009: María Kafiéri: Nightclub owner and wife of Yiórgos Aftiás. Killed in Piraeus and first woman killed by the Greek underworld.
September 2009: Dim
ítris Paraskevópoulos: Protégé of Yiórgos Anagnostópoulos, he was arrested for the bombing of a shop as well as his involvement in the murder of an albanian in Trikala. He was shot in the head by an unknown killer in Galatsi.
2009: Konstantínos Kouloúris: See Vasilis Varelas biography
February 2010: "Giorgi"+ two armenians whose bodies were dug up later in Chortiati. Giorgi was an armenian  henchman of a jailed mobster shot dead in a tavern in Thessaloniki
May 2010: Malkhaz Kitia: Georgian lieutenant of Tariel Oniani. Murdered in Voula as part of the war between vory v zakone Usoyan and Oniani.
2011: Felim and Kori Meshaj: See Vasilis Varelas biography
March 2011:Yiórgos Valétas: Gangster involved in robberies and protection racket of nightclubs. Killed while he was driving, in Varkiza.
May 2011: A young gang member: Already convicted for possession and use of narcotics, involved in a gang. He was presumably killed by albanian gangsters in Glyfada, as part of a gang war between greek and albanian gangs.
June 2011: Nikítas Mavríkis: former police officer and bank robber, murdered in Kokkinia. 
July 2011: "Souidos"+another man: "Souidos" (the Swede) was responsible for several robberies in Sweden and part of a gang involved in protection racket; he and an innocent friend of his were both shot and killed in Athens, Gazi neighbourhood by albanian hitman Julian Sinanaj.
March 2010: Ioánnis Evangelinélis and Yiórgos Skyloyiánnis: two policemen shot and killed during a car chase by Ivan Savv
ídis and Andréas Pofídis, two members of Ruslan Chermidis gang.
April 2012: D.P: A member of Nikitas Mavrikis gang, involved in armed robberies. He was murdered in the cemetery of Schisto's Industrial Park, in Perama, where he visited the grave of his father.
November 2012: Ioánnis Tombroukídis: Rossopontios involved in drugs and humans smuggling. Murdered in Thessaloniki. 
2013: Pános Tsírkas and Níkos Dándis
2013: Kóstas Frángos and Vassílis Sinoúris: See Panos Tsirkas biography
May 2014: I.T AKA"Pits
ílas"Gangster and contract killer, suspected of the assassination of two Golden Dawn members and who was hired to kill a senior police officer for 100 000euros (he didn't kill the man though because of a failling with one of the "client"). Shot dead outside a restaurant in Korydallos. 
October 2014: Yiánnis Kyriakópoulos: An innocent bystander who was killed during a shootout in a bar in Metaxourgeio (Athens) by albanian gangsters.
December 2014: Vralo Grillo: Albanian who worked in a nightclub in Glyfada and was arrested at least once for possession of weapons and explosives. He was killed by car-bombing in the Attiki Odo, near Eleftherios Venizelos Airport.
September 2015: Yeóryios Moysiádis: Former chairman of the Acharnaikos FC. He was found dead, shot in the head, near mount Parnitha. His murder is presumably related to a cigarette-smuggling ring.
January 2016: K.A AKA "Gas": Greek-American drug dealer, New York-born. He is from a wealthy family who owned a shopping center in Maroussi. Convicted twice in 2004 and 2011 for possession of important sums of drugs (hashish, cocaine, ecstasy). He was a police informant. He was found shot dead (at least 12 bullets) in Varybobi, in the Western suburbs, presumably as a revenge for his snitching.
 
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Konstantinos Tsandsaridis (the fourth guy in the picture)

Mobster from Piraeus born around 1968. He was arrested twice: first time for attempted robbery and murder, extortion and possession of explosives. The second time was in 2000 once again for extortion. Tsandsaridis was the nonos of Piraeus during the 90's. His gang had about twenty members, mainly involved in protection racket and active, besides Piraeus, in Perama, Nikaia, Korydallos and Kastelli. As part of his activities, he was involved in several bombings against night-clubs, oil smugglers and others rivals.                                                                  

Tsandsaridis main rival was Nikos Kotridis, and both were fighting for control over Piraeus. On may 2000, Andrea Duni, one of Tsandsaridis henchmen was killed by one of Kotridis men. On august, Yiorgos Anagnostopoulos and Yasser Hamada, who worked for Tsandsaridis, retaliated by shooting Kotridis four times in Loutraki. Kotridis survived but he was arrested for the murder of Duni.

Tsandsarids might also be involved in the bomb attack against Piraeus mayor Vassilis Michaloliakos (who survived) on january 2001. The attack might have been ordered by Petros Mandouvalos, a Piraeus MP (former member of New Democracy, now Independent) and Michaloliakos main political rival; also, Mandouvalos law firm defend Tsandsaridis several times in the past. However, there is no other evidences of Tsandsaridis (who was in prison during the attack) or Mandouvalos involvement in the attack.

Tsandsaridis was shot and killed on November 2003 in Kallipoli, Piraeus while he was trying to park his car.








Aristidis Lakiotis (last one in the picture)

Mobster born around 1965. During the 2000's, Lakiotis was one of Attica's most powerful nonos, and an associate of Vassilis Stefanakos. As usual, he was mainly involved in protection racket, especially in Haidari. Their fee for "protection" could reach up to 120 000 drachmas per month. He seemed fond of humiliating the people who crossed him:  on august 2001, he beat up and stripped a bouncer who bothered his girlfriend in Haidari. Another time, the owner of a food truck (kantinas) who used to pay Lakiotis 200 000 drachmas a month stopped paying him and apparently threatened to report him to the police: Lakiotis and his men then stripped down the guy, put a gun in his mouth and threatened to kill him and bombed his kantinas if he ever do that again. They also stole the two millions drachmas he had on him. 

On 2002 he was among the 44 Attica's mobsters put on arrest warrant for various crimes and was among the eight who escaped arrest, along with Stefanakos, Skaftouros, Tsakoyiannis and the duo Gavakis-Hadzidakis. On the summer 2003, he was arrested for armed assault on two guys in Kyriaki village, in Boeotia. He was acquitted for this case and later released on bail on october 2004. 

On november 2005, he was shot and killed outside his appartment in Korydallos. While it was initially suspected his death was due to internal conflict between him and his former associates, it appears he was only a victim of the Nastoulis-Vlastos gang war, and his murderer his probably Nastoulis hitman Yorgos Shabbat. 


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Christos Loundzis

Gangster born around 1970 in Amaliada, Western Greece. Christos and his brother Kostas started their career with burglaries and the robbery of a jeweler. They were also henchmen of the Grigorakos family in Ilioupoli, and they joined their side in their war against the Tsakoyiannis-Yiannopoulos gang. On august 1996, the Grigorakos brothers and Christos Loundzis mistakenly killed an innocent businessman, Theofanis Sidiropoulos, in Ilioupoli, because he happened to live in the next room of the Grigorakos real target. On december 1999 Kostas was seriously injured in an ambush of Tsakoyiannis men in Alimos, but he survived. They were also associates of Peter Sedhom, and Christos was arrested with Sedhom for the robbery of three gas stations on may 1997. 

On 2007, Christos Loundzis was accused of the robbery of Zakynthos Eurobank on july 2006, where the culprits stole more than one million euros. He was convicted to 14 years of prison. However, he was eventually acquitted by the Court due to the lack of evidence against him on november 2009, and received a compensation of 16 000 euros for that mistake.
 
These last years, Christos and his brother Antonis founded a gang, mainly made up of people from the Elis regional unit. Using kalashnikovs and sledgehammers, they mainly targeted banks, post offices and ATM throughout the country. During their robberies they used the hammers to broke the windows of the banks or the boxes used to transport money during post offices robberies. They also used stolen cars as getaway vehicles and had hideouts in Patras, Athens, Kalamata and elsewhere from where they planned their operations and hide their equipment. From 2011 to 2013, they robbed 18 banks and post offices and earned about 2 millions euros. Among their hits: the robbery of Patras National Bank where they stole away 493 000 euros on January 2011 and the robbery of the Emporiki Bank of Agia Sofia on february 2012, where they earned 100 000 euros. They also didn't hesitate to shoot at the police: during a robbery of the Emporiko Bank of Kalamata on june 2012, they shot at the cops and injured three of them in their escape (three members of the gang were arrested at this occasion). On june 2013, Christos Loundzis was arrested in Agios Andreas, Attica and the gang was dismantled. Another brother of Loundzis, Andreas, was arrested early 2012 in Koropi for possession of weapons and ammunitions. Out of the five Loundzis brothers, only one of them isn't involved in any criminal activity.
 
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The Greek mafia has finally its own article on wikipedia (it's been two months actually but I only noticed today). Maybe it will help getting the subject more widely known outside of Greece.
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Yeah, the wikipedia page is actually not bad. It is still very incomplete though!!!
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Well, at least the wikipedia page can only expand now, it just needs to have more people notice it and more information will follow.



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Dimitris Varvaresos

Gangster born on May 5, 1990 in Patras. He and his accomplice Themis Dimou were mainly bank robbers. In the first seven months of 2013, they robbed at least 11 banks, earning more than 600,000 euros and using always the same MO: Dimou retrieved the money while Varvaresos patrolled the area and acted as a lookout.

On September 2012, they robbed the National Bank of Rhodes, but after a brief police chase where they shot at the cops, they had to ditch their getaway car and the heist money inside it. They are also responsible for 3-4 other heists and are responsible for other small-time robberies and burglaries in Patras. 

Dimou and Varvaresos seem to profess anarchist ideals, criticizing the state and the Parliament as a corrupt oligarchy stealing the wealth from the people, and that bankers are already thieving ("the real crime is not to rob a bank, it is to create one") and that they are only taking back stolen money.

Dimitris elder brother, Dionysis, was a member of Panos Tsirkas gang. Dimitris and Dimou are allegedly involved in the murders of Kostas Frangos and Vasilis Sinouris. However, they claim to have no relation to the murders or to the underworld (given that the journalists sometimes seems to mistake Dimitris for Dionysis, or that they apparently once claimed Dimou to be Albanian, and adding to this fact that their participation in the murder wasn't confirmed by the police, it's not unlikely). Dionysis was also injured during the assassination of Tsirkas by Alexis Frangos, however he escaped from the car. On November 2013, Dimitris willingly gave himself up in Athens; Dimou have already been arrested before him on June, as well as Dionysis who is currently on trial for attempted murder. 

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Yeoryios Polymeris


Mobster born around 1974 in Thessaloniki. Polymeris was the leader of a loan-sharking ring in Thessaloniki which, from 2009 to 2011, lent money to people at a 10% interest rate per month. He was the one who took care of choosing their victims and who concluded the deals with them. However, in many cases, he deceived his victims with counterfeit checks. Of course, his gang used threats and intimidation to force people into paying them back. His organization was made up of 14 members and 8 associates.

One of his men was Ioannis Athanasiadis, former driver of former PAOK FC president Theodoros Zagorakis, and who was in charge of collecting the money, as well as using his many contacts from his time working for the PAOK; Vassilios Prindzios, former doctor for the PAOK Basketball Club, was the one who provided Polymeris with the money and shared the benefits with him; he also used his status as a doctor to discharge one of their victims from the hospital; as soon as he was out of the hospital, he was threatened again by Polymeris men; and the actor Michalis Iatroupolos helped Polymeris make contacts and brokered deals between the latter and some of his victims.

On january 2012, his organization was dismantled with the gangs of Markos Karamberis, Dimitrios Lambakis and the Meletis brothers. He was convicted to 15 years and six months of prison for extortion and usury. 
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Adem Hüseyinoğlu

AKA Makis o Tourkos Turkish drug baron. He was first arrested in Thessaloniki in 1983 for drug trafficking and convicted to 13 years of detention, however, he escaped two years later (strangely, he was recorded in police files as being a drug addict while he was arrested for trafficking). He escaped once again (through bribery) from prison in 1989. At that time, he was already one of the biggest heroin dealers in Greece and throughout Europe, and he even caught the attention of Interpol.

Hüseyinoğlu was once again arrested in Turkey in 1989 and convicted to 22 years in Korydallos prison around 1991. He was later moved to Agiou Stefano ton Patron prison, from which he escaped during a five-day leave (because he was considered to be a "model prisoner") on may 1994. He was arrested again in the Netherlands on July 1995 under the pseudonym "Michalis Lemodetis" for drug possession, but the Dutch authorities released him despite the Greek authorities wanting his extradition. On October 1995, he was arrested in Istanbul. We haven't heard of him after that and it is rumored he was found dead in Turkey.  
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HERE IS A PRIVATE MAIL I RECEIVED FROM MEMBER "STEVE22" WHO RESIDES IN THE TORONTO, CANADA AREA:

"I would advise you not to post anything knowing is not true. Regarding the post on August the

8th, 2013 I will suggest you take it down. The person mentioned was never implicated in the

incident you posted and this a well known fact. We are sure you know that as well and who ever

put you up to this is trying to hide something." 


THE ONE THING I CANNOT STAND IS WHEN SOMEONE SPEAKS IN CODE. I FINALLY REALIZED

THAT HE WAS TALKING ABOUT THIS POST ON GREEK ORGANIZED CRIME.


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GREEKORGANIZEDCRIME.BLOGSPOT.COM TO JUST READ BUT DO NOT POST THEIR OPINION.


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Steve22: I already warned that most of my informations are from translated (with Google translate) articles of Greek newspapers and that there are probably some mistakes made by the journalists, bad translations and misunderstandings made by me. I don't claim that everything I post here is 100% true. However it is best if you precise which biography and which incident is false.
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Spyros Christodoulou


Gangster born around 1970 in the Peloponnese region. Christodoulou is a hardened thug who is involved in robberies, as well as protection racket of shopkeepers (he was arrested in 1996 for extortion on the owner of a chain of Sweets shops) and was connected to the Godftathers of the Night as well as gangsters such as Vassilis Paleokostas, Kostas Hirvantidis. One of his first big hits was the robbery of the General State Hospital of Nikaia, during which the treasurer of the hospital was killed On 1999, he was convicted to 16 years of prison for the robbery of a supermarket in Zographou, as well as of a bank in Pangrati and a christmas baazar, but on september 1999 he was allowed a leave and he didn't return to prison. He was arrested once again on october 2001, though he resisted by trying to throw a grenade at the cops, but he was shot in the leg. On February 2002, Christodoulou and Peter Sedhom murdered in Korydallos prison albanian bank robber Konstantin Papa in his cell and tried to make it look like a suicide. Papa was suspected to have snitched on both Christodoulou and Kostas Passaris.

During his time in Korydallos, he was also a cellmate of Vassilis Paleokostas and also became close to Nikos Maziotis, the leader of the anarchist terrorist group "Epanastatikou Agona" (Revolutionary Struggle). Christodoulou escaped once again from Korydallos after he was allowed a leave. After his escape, he settled in Nafplio and he was allegedly involved in several robberies in Attica, Peloponnese (notably Argolida) and Euboea (where he stole away 430 000 euros from a bank in Edipsos on april 2011). In may 2012, they robbed a bank in Nemeas (Arcadia) and stole about 280 000 euros. He also might be involved in the murder of bank robber and former policeman Nikitas Mavrikis. 

He is currently working with Paleokostas and anarchists including Maziotis and Yiorgos Petrakakos, for some robberies, including the robbery of the Alpha Bank in Spetses island on july 2012, where they briefly took hostage some employees and escaped on speedboats. The three of them are suspected for the attempted kidnapping of Andreas Martinos, son of shipping magnate Ioannis Martinos, on december 2013 in the suburb of Voula. More recently, on august 2014, Christodoulou, Petrakakos and Spyros Dravilas robbed the National Bank of Distomo, Beotia, (for a 300 000euros loot) took hostage an employee while escaping with their getaway car and fleeing by boat later.

On june 2015 he was arrested during a police operation in Nea Anchialos, near Volos, along with an associate of his, Grigoris Tsironis, a member of the anarchists bank robbers gang, the "Thieves in Black". Spyros Dravilas, who was with them, killed himself with a kalashnikov rather than being arrested. He is currently jailed in Nea Alikarnassos prison.
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Ognyan Atanasov

AKA Bulgarian Escobar or Phantom of the Struma Bulgarian drug lord born around 1953 in Topolnitsa village in the southwestern Blagoevgrad province. He was one of the biggest heroin dealer of the Greek-Bulgarian border. In 1995, he was arrested in Ambelakia Oraiokastro, near Serres with two kilograms of heroin and sentenced to life imprisonment in Diavata prison. During his trial, he allegedly paid a police officer and a lawyer 40 million drachmas to have a shorter sentence. However, he collaborated with the Greek police and apparently helped the arrest of many drug dealers in Northeastern Greece. As a reward, his sentence was reduced to 18 years and he was transfered to the rural Kassandra prison, in Chalkidiki peninsula. He apparently also help preventing the uprising of albanian prisoners and as such the prison admnistration was asked to treat him favorably. On november 1998, he escaped with the help of a bunch of accomplices who helped him getting out of the country.

In january 1999, four greek accomplices responsible for transporting packages of heroin from Bulgaria to Greece were arrested in possession of one kilo in heroin.

On march 2010, he was arrested in his home village of Topolnitsa and accused of drug dealing and money laundering. At his and his accomplices homes were found 290 000 euros, 24 000 levas, 6700 dollars as well as 900g of cocaine, 726g of heroin and 970g of amphetamines. Greece asked for his extradition, but Bulgaria apparently refused and he still incarcerated in his home country. He apparently suffer from Parkinson disease and other health-related issues. 

Fun facts: he earned 100 000 levas with a bet (unrelated to any criminal activity) in 2013 and his mother-in-law, Bogdanka Handjiyska was the mayor of Valkovo village.
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Yiannis Gouliovas

AKA Salonikios gangster born around 1947 in Kolindros, Central Macedonia. A famous thug and pimp, he was first arrested in 1965 for motorcycle theft. During his "career", he was also arrested for possession and use of weapons,  battery, resisting arrest and theft. Based in Athens, he was involved in blackmail, protection racket and pimping (he had at least two prostitutes under his protection). He had a violent temper and wasn't afraid of using his knife or his gun, and he liked to roam around in luxury cars. However, he was also an avid gambler, especially poker. He also extorted famous singer Beba Blache thousands of drachmas, and she even resorted to sleep a few nights at the police station because of his threats.

In 1977, he was involved in a shootout with the police: he parked his car on the middle of the street to collect the money the owner of a bar named "Greek Saloon" owed him. One cop, who wanted to question the owner of the car, entered the bar and noticed him. Gouliovas smashed a bottle on the cop's head and the exited the bar, jumped in his car, shot a the policeman when he came after him and then fled the scene. 

On september 1977, the police found him at a bar in Kypseli. When one policeman arrested him, he hit him and then tried to stab another one, who shot him dead in self defense.
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Well, thank you Andy, always nice of you. There is no much information on famous Greek gangsters or manges of before the 90's (even though violence and criminality was part of the  rebetiko world), apparently they were already involved in protection racket, prostitution and burglaries and there were some famous criminals and I think Markos Vamvakaris mentioned a few in his biography (didn't read it though so I can't be sure) but unfortunately few were know past their time (unless I didn't look hard enough) so Salonikios is an exception.
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This post is so great!!!!!!!

Good job Mithridatis!!!!!!!

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Alkis Petsas
Pimp and gangster born in Volos and raised in the Tatavla district of Constantinople. There, he became involved in prostitution and the trade of hashish. At some point in the early 20th century, he emigrated to Thessaloniki, where he became the king of the Bara neighbourhood, which was one of the main center of prostitution of the city.

He was the leader of a gang of thugs from Constantinople, Smyrna and Crete. He was the boss of the pimps, the hashish dealers, the gambling dens and the brothels of the district around the time of WWI. His headquarter was a kafenio-hashish den in Afroditi street near Vardaris square. He was considered a man of honor ("besa"), brave and ruthless to his enemies but also a kind man who helped the poor and kept the violence rate low in his district.

In 1932, two Smyrnians brothers from Athens, Paschalos and Hadzis Avgoulidis came in Thessaloniki and began to create their own gangs, made up mainly of Smyrnians and involved in gambling, protection racket and prostitution, and they soon became rivals for Petsas. Kerkyras, Petsas right hand man, shot and injured the elder Avgoulidis. The Avgoulidis, claiming that they wanted to negotiate with Petsas, went into his kafenio and then they shot and stabbed him several time, killing him. After his death, his lieutenant Kerkyras became the new head of the gang.

Note: During WWII, Kerkyras became a collaborationist and joined the Security Battalions, the collaborationist militia of the Greek puppet government. Also, in one of his bar played famous rebetis Vassilis Tsitsanis.

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My uncle and his family live in Volos. I never been there but I heard it's like a small Patras with gangsters here and there.
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It's been out for some time now but in case you didn't see it, here's a very good BBC reportage on Vassilis Paleokostas
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/special/2014/newsspec_8700/index.html
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Believe it or no, this post by Mithridatis has more information on Greek Organized Crime than a bunch of other sites combined. 

Over 10,000 hits and counting!!!

Good job Mithridatis!!!

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As always, thank you for your support Andy.

I wasn't very active these last months but there was some big reveals about the Vlastos mafia and I'm working on it, so I'm gonna update his biography soon.
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LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEW UPDATE.
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Chrysostomos Psomiadis

AKA Makis/Agapoulas/Makaros/Bic Mac Mobster and businessman born in 1955 in Kavala, the son of a priest. He grew up in Nea Philadelphia and used to be part of Gate 21, an Ultras group for the football club AEK. In 1973, he was chosen to be part of the security of the team during their games throughout the country, and he apparently bought a gun with the money they gave him.

He apparently then got involved in crime, involved in the protection racket of nightclubs and gambling dens. He also lived in Italy and in Switzerland, where he was involved in smuggling, most notably of gold, videos and currency. In 1982, he was involved in the kidnapping of shipwright Nikos Sechopoulos, apparently because he owed him money. He and 15 other people were arrested for the case, but they were all acquitted for the case.

He was since 1987 under an Interpol arrest warrant for fraud and forgery. He also bought a quantity of 165kg of gold by paying partly in cash and partly with bounced checks (who were either fake or stolen), owing as much as more than 1.6 millions dollars. In 1989, he was sentenced in absentia, to 2 years in prison for embezzlement and forgery. His wife, Eleni Stamelou, was convicted to 22 months. 


He also became the owner of several nightclubs in Athens, most notably the "Marakes", "Ameriki Street", but also the "Spartacus", "Rumors" as well as the "King Size". He also became the owner of the tabloid "To Onoma" in 1995, who published an article accusing PASOK Minister of Environment Kostas Laliotis of having received 4.5 millions drachmas in bribes to entrust the construction of an Airport in Spata to a German company. It was revealed theses accusations were based on forged documents, though even then Psomiadis was acquitted of the charges of forgery and false accusations. On October 2002, he was convicted to 12 years of prison for another case of forgery against the state, be he was released a week later after giving a doctor's certificate stating the he was suffering from tuberculosis.

In 1989, he became President of the AEK basketball club, where he spent a lot of money signing some players for the season. According to American former AEK BC player, Danny Vranes (whom Psomiadis once threatened him and his pregnant wife), Psomiadis used to bribed the referees during various of the AEK BC games. During this time, he was also shot, albeit non-fatally, outside the Aegli Zappiou multiplex in Athens, by a gangster nicknamed "The Dutchman".

In 2001, Makis Psomiadis became the Chairman of the AEK Football Club. In 2003, he came to the home of AEK's striker Demis Nikolaïdis with 8 henchmen, threatening to break both his legs, presumably because of a dispute over his contract. The same year, he and the Club were accused of tax evasion and owed 18 million euros of debt to the state: Psomiadis and the entire AEK's Board resigned in protest. He is also currently accused of having embezzled at least 21 million euros from the club during his presidency.

A few years later, he ended up being the unofficial owner of the Kavala Football Club through his son Stavros. He and his son were involved in several cases of match-fixing in order to win bets (at least 41 games from 2009 to 2011), in association with other clubs owners, including Yiorgos Tsakoyiannis (owner of the second division Ilioupoli FC), Nikos Pantelis (owner of 2nd division Ethnikos Asteras) and Achilleas Beos (former of the Super League club Olympiakos Volos and current mayor of Volos). It is noteworthy that Kavala was promoted to the Super Liga in 2009 and reached the semi-finals of the Greek cup the following year. He once rewarded Kavala players with bags fulls of cash after their victory over the AEK. After he was indicted in the match-fixing case, Psomiadis fled to FYROM to evade arrest, though he was caught in Skopje on November 2011.

He was extradited in Greece on April 2012 to stand trial. He was convicted in December 2013 to 4½
 years of prison for attempted blackmail and bribery, and to 10 years in 2014 for the AEK's embezzlement case. He is currently jailed in Korydallos. His son Stavros was also arrested for his role in the match-fixing network as well as tax evasion, but was released in January 2014. His daughter, Christina, is the girlfriend of basketball player Yiannis Bourousis, who was involved in a doping scandal, and it was apparently Makis who procured him the steroids.

Makis Psomiadis passed away on January 2016. He is buried in Nea Philadelphia, near his mother grave.
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Dhimo Meçi

Albanian gangster born in 1980. He apparently had worked as a hitman for the Greek underworld since 2000. He was first arrested in 2004 for the murder of a Syrian immigrant outside a brothel in downtown Athens. Jailed in Kassandra rural prison, he was allowed a nine-day leave during which he was involved in the robbery of an agency Pro-Po in Glyfada, stealing away 65,000 euros. According to him, it was apparently because the agency's former boss, who was murdered a few months earlier, owed him money. He was released on bail some months later before being arrested again for violating his bail. He was arrested for several crimes throughout his career, including thefts, robberies, inflicting bodily harm, use and possession of weapons and for road traffic offenses in July 2014.

After his release in 2011, he worked as a henchman in a gang involved in protection racket in Glyfada, Haidari, Kaminia and Korydallos: shops under the gang's protection had to pay-under death threats against them and their relatives, 100 to 150 euros every two weeks. Meçi is also allegedly the hitman behind the murders of Panayiotis Stivas on September 2006; Ali Saeed and Yiorgos Shabbat on March 2008 as well as "Pitsilas", who is believed to be a former associate of Meçi, on may 2014. After the murders, he fled to Albania to lay low for a while and was payed 200,000 euros per assassination. He was arrested in Sepolia on 
December 2014 in company of an Albanian named Klodian, the leader of a criminal gang involved in robberies and various other crimes.

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It's funny how the Greek authorities keep giving violent criminals 9 day leaves from prison lol. Ridiculous!!!
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Stelios Zoumpoulakis (aka 7 Soul Man): Born in Crete in 1981, he is famous for gun trafficking and nightclub protection rackets. He has contacts all over the world including the Middle East and United Arab Emirates. They say that he is the master of revenge and is a master marksman as well. Nobody wants to be enemies with him. (7 soul man) the nickname of Stelios (Εφταψυχος in Greek) was jailed in a Russian prison in 2002 for gun dealing with the Russian Mafia and he was released in 2006. After 3 years, he was jailed again in the Middle East for scotch trafficking in the UAB and he came out in 2012 to return to Greece for night club protections. He was nickname "7 Soul Man" was given to Stelios because in prison he survived 7 times from dying.

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Iordanis Vaïnoglou

Greek gangster born in 1981, presumably from Athens. He apparently studied at Athens Kapodistrian University. On october 2011, he was associate in the armed robbery of the Alpha Bank of Airport Eleftherios Venizelos, where one robber stole away 1,5 million euros. The mastermind of the heist was Nikos Kyranakos, the son of the bank's head of security, while the thief was Yiorgos Yiokas, known muay thai boxer. Kyranakos first offered Vaïnoglou to be the thief, but he declined and apparently introduced him to Yiokas. He was given a cut of 60 000euros from the robbery.


On august 2015, Vaïnoglou and two of his associates were exposed as the mastermind behind a drug-dealing and prostitution ring in Mykonos and other Cycladic islands. The gang sold cocaine (120 euros one gram), cannabis (200euros for 5 grams) and MDMA throughout Mykonos, especially in popular tourist spots as well as nightclubs, hotels and bars. The women who worked for them were young wannabe models, who were "rented" along with drugs in expensive private parties (as well as in nightclubs) of the island. Some women could cost up to 1500euros the night, while it costed 500euros only for one hour. Among their clients were VIPs from Athens as well as wealthy tourists, especially Lebaneses and Saudis. Among other stories, some guy apparently bought six women, including two lesbians for one of his parties. Also, one woman with "peculiar tastes" apparently bought two women for one night at her villa in Ornos village, and it appeared a well know gay political figure was acquainted with Vaïnoglou and perhaps was one of his customers. They used phones bought from Pakistanis and Bengalis to communicate between each others. The gang was dismantled and Vaïnoglou and his two associates are currently in custody.
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Yeoryios Petrakakos

Greek bank robber and anarchist born on may 8, 1979 in Agia Paraskevi, from an unknown father and a mother of maniot ancestry. He soon became a delinquent and he was first arrested at age 22 with three other men for the robbery of five banks in southeast Attica. He was jailed in Trikala prison, where he first associated with georgian criminals before meeting his idol, Vasilis Paleokostas.

He later became one of Paleokostas associates after they were both freed from prison in 2006, whose role was mostly to steal cars for the bandit and his gang, notably for Yiorgos Mylonas kidnapping. Petrakakos was still with Paleokostas when he joined forces with Nikos Maziotis, leader of anarchist group Epanastatiki Agona. He was "converted" to their ideology and became one of Maziotis most faithful follower and main associate in his robberies. He was involved in the robbery of a bank in Moschato on may 2006 as well as another bank heist in Pylaia, Thessaloniki on july 2006. He and an associate of his stole a blue Renault Senic who was later used by the EA on august 2007, as well a jeep Hyundai Santa Fe (from the same owner) who was used by Paleokostas gang for the robbery of a supermarket in Epanomi (near Salonika) on february 2008. He was also involved in a bank heist in Holargos where a security guard was killed on april 2008 and was part of Spyros Christodoulou's gang who was active in Argolida.

On december 2012, Petrakakos, wearing a wig and sporting a mustache, participated in the robbery of the Eurobank in Akrata, Achaia with two other men, stealing away 500 000euros. On july 2013, he and Maziotis robbed Methana's National Bank. This time, his hairs were dyed in orange. He was involved in the famous robberies of Spetses Alpha Bank on july 2012 as well as Distomo's National Bank on august 2014. The gang is responsible for at least seven other heists in Nemeas, Velestino, Dorio, Kleitoria, Saronida, Farkanoda and Malakasa and earned at least 1,5million euros from 2012 to 2014. He was probably involved in the bombing in front of the house of the German ambassador in Greece, in Halandri, as well as the car-bombing in front of the siege of the Greek National Bank. 

Petrakakos was arrested on september 2015 in Volos, along with his girfriend Maria Theofilou (mother of his two childrens age 2 and 4 as well as sister of anarchist Tassos Theofilou convicted for murder and armed robbery) and an associate of his Themistoklis Asimakopoulos. The police uncovered several weapons, including pistols and kalachnikovs in a appartment rented by him and the late Spyros Dravilas in Marathonas as well as an RPG hidden in a farm owned by him in Molo, Fthiotida, were two old friends of his from Agia Paraskevi lived. In his Marathonas appartment, there was as well a list written by him containing personal informations on at least 30 businessmen, including Andreas Martinos, whom attempted kidnapping he might be involved in.
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Well since the former post about gangland murders in Greece is too old to edit, the next updates will be there:

April 2016: Michalis Yiatrakis: Former bodybuilder; convicted in 2004 for the possession of 300 grams of cocaine. Released in 2009, he then became the owner of a night-club in Syngrou avenue. He was shot dead outside his house in Alimos.

May 2006: Bledar Tërpollari: Albanian shepherd and presumed drug smuggler. Found beheaded near Igoumenitsa, probably by fellow albanian smugglers.

May 2006: Theodoros Galazoulas: University student, presumably involved in drug dealing. He disappeared from his house in Glyka Nera the 10th may before being found shot dead in Penteli some days later.

June 2016: Anonymous Egyptian: Drug dealer; Arrested five times in the times for drugs and weapons related offences, each time with a different identity and nationality. He was presumably an associate of albanians drug dealers in Exarcheia. Shot dead in Exarcheia in front of dozens of witnesses. 
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Vassilis Danalatos

Mobster and gunsmith, born around 1963, presumably in Kefalonia. He was considered one of the country best gunsmiths, but he also was a nonos leading a gang involved in protection racket, arms and drug dealing and active in coastal Athens, as well as in Acharnon, Nea Smyrni and Kallithea, in the early 90's. He was thought to be culprit behind the murder of rival godfather Kostas Delikaris, as well as the assassination of psychiatrist Ilias Cohen, Danalatos being his Cohen's wife, Vicky Kokkinou, lover (though Cohen was also accused of being a Mossad agent who organized fake palestinian bombings in Greece).

He and his right-hand man Lefteris Panayiotopoulos was also accused of being an associate of the marxist terrorist group 17 November during the robbery of the Hellenic Post of Kallithea, during which the robbers stole away 300 millions drachms, though the witness went back on his testimony, and stated that Danalatos and Panayiotopoulos weren't involved in the robbery.

He was eventually arrested and convicted of several crimes such as attempted murder, robberies, arson, inflicting grievous bodily harm and extortion, and jailed in Korydallos prison. He was however declared innocent for the murder of Delikaris and Cohen.

After being freed, he went back to his home island of Kefalonia, where he opened an illegal gun store. He was eventually arrested for arms trafficking on november 2016 and several firearms and ammunitions from his "store" where seized. 



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I'm remaking the post about the Romani Mafia but with all three leading members and pictures.


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Stavros Pandzos

AKA Hilas-Psilos Greek Romani gangster born on September 7, 1983 in Trikala. In 1994, he was arrested for having stolen 600 000 drachms from a greengrocery in Patras. In 1998, he was arrested for burglaries in Corinth and Aigio. In 2004 he was arrested for the armed robbery of a pharmacy in Volos, where he beat up the owner. In 2009, with a friend of his, he threatened one of his rivals with a gun in the middle of a restaurant in Ilion (an athenian suburb), gunwhipped him and shot at him while leaving the restaurant (non-fatally). In August 2011, he and seven other men broke into a gas-station and stole about 400 boxes of synthetic oil. He lives in Ilion in a luxurious villa and own several expensive cars, including a red ferrari he bought in Karditsa for 75 000euros and a rollex.



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Christos Vilanakis

AKA Isangeleas Greek-Romani gangster born on November 25, 1983 in Nafplio. A member of the powerful Vilanakis roma family from Larissa, he is Kyriakos Vilanakis son (and Kostas Vilanakis grandson). In 1998 he was convicted from stealing from a shop in Peristeri; in 2001 he stole a bunch wedding dresses worth 1 205 000 drachmas; he stole again a bunch of clothes from a store in Larissa in 2002; in 2003 he was the culprit behind a string of burglaries in the cities of Pyrgos, Mantoudi (near Euboea) and Neapoli (near Chalkidas); the same year, he and another associate threatened a businessman and destroyed some of his property; in 2004 he was convicted for attempted burglary on a Jumbo store on the Larissa-Kozani road; in fall 2015, he and his cousin Angelos Vilanakis were arrested for fraud for illegal property benefits in Larissa. Christos was also a member of his father Kyriakos crime ring in Larissa, involved in loan-sharking, cons, protection racket, burglaries and other crimes, from 2002 to 2006 when the gang was dismantled by the police.

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Dimitrios Sefendinoglou

AKA Sefkis Greek-Romani gangster born on August 9, 1981 in Thessaloniki. In 1999 he stole two bottles of whisky from a cellar; in 2000 he stole away a safe from an OPAP in Neapoli (near Piraeus); in 2001 he robbed a library in Agios Theodoros; in june 2003 he was convicted for stealing away clothes worth 4800 euros from a shop in Eleusina and for having beat up and seriously injured one of the shop's employee; in 2005 he was convicted for thefts in West Attica; in march 2011 in Mandras, he broke into the home of one of his former associates where he stole some gold coins and raped the man's wife by threatening her with a weapon; the same year he was convicted for thefts in Megara and Petroupoli; in 2012, in Ilioupoli, he assaulted some policemen who were trying to check him up; and in 2015 he was convicted for the burglary of a store in Nikaia. He also have a debt to the state of about 173 965 64euros. He lives in a house-palace in Eleusina, and has a soft spot for luxury cars (he bought a white BMW series M among other things). His main zone of operation is West Attica, where is gang strikes villas and stores. 


Pandzos, Sefendinoglou and Vilanakis are three of the leading members of a Romani gang, made up of about 40 people, who were specialized in robbing the houses of the wealthy people living in the affluent suburbs of Athens, as well as throughout Greece. They are suspected to having robbed at least 2000 houses in two years, for an estimated sum of 30 million euros. In November 2016, a nation-wide police operation was started to dismantle the gang, though it appears that the three leaders were informed of the operation before its activation, and managed to flee. The police still managed to capture them some times later.
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Vasilis Grivas

AKA Bill Greek gangster born around 1970 and from Piraeus area. At age 18 he became a professional bodybuilder (he participated in many tournaments and was a champion in his younger days) and caught the eye of members of the Night, among them Themis Kalapotharakos. He worked as an enforcer and debt collector for his gang, being charged with recovering money from people under their protection, and he was know to be pretty good at his job as well as ruthless and aggressive. In january 2003 he managed to escape from a murder attempt against him in Piraeus and the following year, he was arrested by the police for his participation in a gang with more than 200 case of extortion pending against it. 

In the following years, Grivas, Yiorgos Litsas and Manolis Karayiannis became the leading members of a 18-persons gang involved in protection racket in Athens and Piraues, with at least 140 businesses (cafe, restaurants, bars, nightclubs) under their protection for a fee of 500 to 1000 euros per months. After his name appeared on a list of 217 gangsters wanted by the police, Grivas turned himself in to the police on may 2011 and was convicted to 7 years of prison for various crimes.

These last years, he settled in Troumba, a city of the Piraeus area with many nightclubs, and appeared to have formed his own gang who vied for the control of the area. On may 2, 2017, Grivas was shot dead in the head and thorax in front of Glyka Nera's Public School, where he was taking his 11 years-old son, who witnessed the whole scene. The killers are presumably foreigners who were hired abroad for the murder. This assassination might be related to a power  play between mobsters for the control of Troumba. Sometimes before, Manolis Karayiannis was victim of assassination attempt in Korydallos Prison from two albanians of Klodian's gang (who had members such Arbër Bako and Dhimo Meçi) who tried to cut his throat. Police believe the two cases might be related.
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