Syrian refugee sues Greece after coast guard fire leaves him disabled

Original Post by Daily Sabah:

A Syrian refugee disabled after being shot in a Greek coast guard pursuit in 2014 is demanding 100,000 euros ($111,000) in damages from the Greek state, a report said Saturday.

The 68-year-old man, who now lives in Sweden, submitted his case to a court on the island of Rhodes, local daily Dimokratiki said.

The plaintiff was badly hurt in September 2014 when Greek coast guards fired on a smuggler’s speedboat in a drawn-out chase near the island of Kalymnos.

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