A few days ago a bomb was found in a train of Athens Metro. The apparatus did not explode. But yesterday the police correspondent of the newspaper TO VIMA, named Vassilis Lambropoulos, wrote in the paper an article quoting a communiqué of the open people’s assembly of Holargos, Papagou, suggesting that according to the police this is an evident linked wit the bomb case(!) The open people’s assembly of Holargos and Papagou, is one of the many people’s assemblies that are growing in Athens the last years. It is an open public assembly that takes place weekly dealing with local political issues and anti-austerity politics, it is run according to the principles of direct democracy,it has horizontial structure, and is open to everyone. Immediately the assembly issued a condemn against the paper for trying to target them and later in the evening 50 members of the assembly paid a visit to the newspapers HQ to protest, Lambropoulos pretended that is not there, but the chief editor of the paper came to the reception of the building where people had a word with him. Lambropoulos is well known for doing the work of police, he always refers to first-hand information by anonymous high rank officers and whatever police cannot state formally, they are getting Lampropoulos to write it for them.