In the delusions of Kafka’s novel

The Appeal court of Athens, January, 2017. (Photo copyright: Katja Lihtenvalner)

He looked straight towards the podium. As I looked at this man’s face, I froze. He made me feel very uncomfortable. Creepy. And soon I realised why. He had the sight of a complete psychopath.

“Sometimes you catch something, sometimes you lose it. That’s how it goes,” was one of his memorable statements, explaining his work attitude.

For at the end of the day, it’s not about Theofilou. It’s about a rotten reality with an absent justice we have to live in.

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Journalist. Greece, Western Balkans #PoliticalExtremism #HateSpeech #FakeNews Head of Research at RusaalkaFilms Monitored #GDtrial I train #MuayThai

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Katja Lihtenvalner

Katja Lihtenvalner

Journalist. Greece, Western Balkans #PoliticalExtremism #HateSpeech #FakeNews Head of Research at RusaalkaFilms Monitored #GDtrial I train #MuayThai

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