On 9 March , a year-old Greek electrical engineer named Costas Tsalikidis was found hanged in his Athens loft apartment, an apparent suicide. It would prove to be merely the first public news of a scandal that would roil Greece for months. The next day, the prime minister of Greece was told that his cellphone was being bugged, as were those of the mayor of Athens and at least other high-ranking dignitaries, including an employee of the U. A connection seemed obvious.
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It was the morning of March 9, Panayiotis Tsalikidis was heading to have coffee with his brother in Kolonos, downtown Athens, before a meeting. A decade later, the Tsalikidis family continues to believe that the death of the year-old Vodafone technician was instigated by a third party. Kathimerini, in a joint investigation with international publication The Intercept and noted reporter James Bamford , spent months researching the case both in Greece and the USA, and today presents, for the first time, testimonies from high-ranking US intelligence officials who either took part or have knowledge of the phone-tapping operation in Greece. The Kathimerini investigation also brings to light for the first time previously unpublished NSA documents pertaining to Greece and the wiretapping scandal that emerged by gaining exclusive access to the archive of former US intelligence analyst Edward Snowden.