Friday, May 25, 2012

Police urge Greeks to keep money in bank

Greece's national police spokesman, Thanassis Kokkalakis, told Reuters: "Many people have withdrawn their money from the banks fearing a financial crash, and they either carry it on them, find a hideout at home or in storage rooms. 
"We urge people to trust the banking system, leave their money there, or at least in a safe place, not hide it at home, where they must anyway take the basic security measures."
Surely, Greece's national police spokesman jests: trust the banking system?!?  Talk about denial...and deceptive propaganda.  Maybe he is Baghdad Bob's cousin.

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