Far-right Golden Dawn lawmaker Giorgos Germenis (R), who is in custody pending trial, is welcomed by fellow lawmakers Kostas Barbarousis (C) and Ilias Kasidiaris (L), before a vote for the lift of his... more 
Far-right Golden Dawn lawmaker Giorgos Germenis (R), who is in custody pending trial, is welcomed by fellow lawmakers Kostas Barbarousis (C) and Ilias Kasidiaris (L), before a vote for the lift of his legal immunity in the Greek parliament in Athens May 7, 2014. Police launched inquiries into whether the party was linked to a string of violent attacks after the September killing of a left-wing rapper that prosecutors said was carried out by one of the movement's supporters. Golden Dawn, which rode a wave of anger against harsh austerity measures to become the third largest party at elections in 2012, has denied any wrongdoing and accused the government of a politically motivated crackdown. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis (GREECE - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) less 
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Wed, May 7, 2014 10:16 AM EDT