Toskas briefs ND spox whose name was on booby trapped envelope sent to Schaeuble

New Democracy (ND) spokesman Vassilis Kikilias met on Friday with Alternate Citizen Protection Minister Nikos Toskas and the head of the Greek police Constantinos Tsouvalas who asked to have a meeting with them after finding out that his name was the sender of the booby trapped envelope exploded at IMF’s headquarters in Paris and injured one employee.

Kikilias did not make any statements after the meeting, however Toskas said that the meeting was held in a good climate but did not give any further details.

Referring to the investigation on the booby trapped envelopes (to German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and to IMF in Paris) Toskas said that the investigation is in full progress and focus on how the envelopes passed through the security control undetected.

The Anti-terror squad conducted an investigation at Athens International Airport and questioned all the airport employees responsible for the modern checking machines and all the records without any result.

The experts estimate that the booby trapped envelope was not recorded by control machines (latest technology acquired from Germany three months ago), because the quantity of the explosive was very small.

The responsibility for the booby trapped envelope to Schaeuble assumed the terror group “Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire” while evidence indicate that the same terror group is responsible for the explosion in IMF.