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12 November, 2014 at 2:08 am in Business
A fugitive from justice has preferred life as a monk over jail, holing up in monasteries in northeastern Greece for eight years before police finally tracked him down, police say.
Air Jordan 13 Retro Sale The 48-year-old man, convicted of financial misdeeds in 2011, hid out on the remote Mount Athos peninsula, an autonomous monastic state, where he passed himself off as a novice monk, police said on Tuesday.
Air Jordan 12 Retro Sale The unnamed former accountant for two Athens suburbs was arrested on Monday at a Mount Athos port while attempting to move from one monastery to another.
Air Jordan 10 Retro He was convicted in absentia of embezzling some 9 million euros ($14.4 million) of public funds between 1995 and 2002, the Greek news agency ANA reported.
Air Jordan 11 Retro No women or children are allowed in the remote region, a Unesco World Heritage site with 20 Orthodox monasteries that has enjoyed autonomy since Byzantine times.