Sept. 28 - Hundreds of Golden Dawn supporters protest outside police headquarters in Athens. Linda So reports.
Greek riot police stand guard outside police headquarters in Athens as hundreds of supporters of the the far-right party Golden Dawn gather across the street. Chanting "Blood, Honor, Golden Dawn," protesters showed up after getting word police arrested the party leader and more than a dozen of its senior members and lawmakers. The Greek government has launched an investigation into the party for possible connections into the killing of an anti-fascist rapper by a self-proclaimed Golden Dawn supporter. SOUNDBITE: GOLDEN DAWN LAWMAKER ARTEMIS MATHAIOPOULOS, SAYING: "We are a political movement that has nothing to do with a crime organization or something like that." The party denies any links to the killing. The Greek justice minister says those arrested will get a fair trial. SOUNDBITE: (Greek) GREEK JUSTICE MINISTER HARALAMBOUS ATHANASSIOU, SAYING: "I want to assure that we are at the pre-initial stage of the inquiry, the procedural stage, and all those arrested, if they are guilty, will be handed over to justice. But we are a just country and I must say that everyone will have a fair trial." Formal charges against those arrested are expected this weekend.