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Greek riot police gather outside the headquarters of the former state broadcaster ERT. Security cameras recorded these pictures minutes before they stormed the building to evict more than 50 former staff. They'd been operating a bootleg service following a controversial government shutdown in June. (SOUNDBITE)(Greek) FORMER ERT EMPLOYEE WHO HAD OCCUPIED THE BUILDING, TV DIRECTOR SOPHIA EFTHIMOPOULOU, SAYING: "I have been here for years, I refuse to leave. I had refused to apply to the new public television, instead I gave up my position. " (SOUNDBITE)(Greek) FORMER ERT EMPLOYEE WHO HAD OCCUPIED THE BUILDING, JOURNALIST ADRIANNA BILI, SAYING: "I feel like they have raped me, like they have violated my home, they have violated my life, and democracy. They have destroyed everything." Two and a half thousand staff lost their jobs when the station closed. The government said it couldn't afford the annual $400,000 running costs. Several a