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October 28, 2002 
Lesley (L) and Paul Coppin, who were among a group of plane-spotters
convicted in Greece in April of... 
London, UK 
PLANE SPOTTERS SPOKESMAN PAUL COPPIN POSES WITH HIS WIFE LESLEY. 
Lesley (L) and Paul Coppin, who were among a group of plane-spotters
convicted in Greece in April of illegally obtaining national secrets,
pose for photographers in London October 28, 2002. A group of British
plane-spotters convicted on security charges in Greece six months ago
appealed on Monday for Prime Minister Tony Blair to take up their case
as they prepare to return. Blair was meeting visiting Greek leader
Costas Simitis at Downing Street on Monday, a week before the appeal is
due to start in southern Greece. In a case which prompted outrage in
Britain and introduced the Greeks to the world of plane-spotting, 14
British and Dutch enthusiasts were convicted in April of illegally
obtaining national secrets. REUTERS/Dan Chung

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