Greek police clashed with protesters trying to block the way into parliament on Wednesday 29 June 2011 as signs grew that the government would succeed in passing a sweeping austerity plan demanded by international creditors.
People of Greece rise up to protect their right to a decent living while the goverment answers with a violent pogrom in the streets of Athens.
On June Greek police purchased 10,000 items, spending more than 900,000 euros! on tear gas canisters and chemical grenades. The chemicals were purchased from the United States, France and Israel.
The Greek anti-riot squad "used more than 2,200 tear gas canisters and stun grenades" during last weeks demonstrations in Athens poisoning the protesters with chemicals banned even in times of war.
See next the shocking photos of Greek police brutality against Greek citizens.