A 52-year-old woman who was arrested in a police raid in Athens on Thursday night for hiding the deputy leader of Greece’s neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party in her house was handed a 30-month prison sentence on Friday for aiding and abetting a fugitive. She will only serve three months in prison as her sentence was suspended. Speaking in court, the woman claimed that Christos Pappas had not been staying in her apartment in Zografou but that he suddenly showed up on Thursday. The apartment had been under police surveillance for around a week. The woman, an ethnic Greek from Ukraine, had run on the same ticket as GD deputy Ilias Kasidiaris in the 2019 local elections, news reports have suggested.