Panagiota Sklia-Robescu, 86, was the victim of a well-planned crime.
Bloody traces found in the house she lived alone showed that he martyred in the hands of the perpetrator or the perpetrators. They hit her deadly and then carried her with the night robe and barefoot to an unknown place so her body would never be found.
Her brother was acquitted by the Three-Member Criminal Appeals Court of Evia from the accusations of pseudo-persecution and the misconduct of a martyr in perjury on this case.
At first, in 2016 and after four postponements, he was found guilty of these offenses. The prosecution was brought by the Prosecutor of Thebes on his own initiative following a testimony of a young Albanian who was his guest.
The first light of day revealed the thriller…
“Light at the Tunnel” investigated the dark affair of the old woman from Boeotia, which upset public opinion.
The thriller played in the early morning of Friday, September 4, 2009, in Inofyta.
Robescu, a cousin of the Archbishop of Athens and All Greece Ieronymos, lived alone. Her disappearance was perceived by an employee of the family company who went to Inofyta that day to take her to Athens for scheduled medical examinations. The door was unlocked and the old man unseen.
Everything showed that she knew her kidnappers and killers who easily entered her home.
Relatives found large spots with her blood on the bed and the corridor leading to the front door. The elderly had severe motor problems and therefore used a supportive stand and wheelchair. The fact that both were found at home testified that someone or some were carrying her in the hands.
Her brother speaking to “Tunnel” said that earlier that morning, he had gone home to take care of the garden. He claimed he opened the door, left her medication and cried for her. She did not answer, he did not pay attention and left.
He had then argued that those who vanished his sister were not residents of the area but foreigners.
“Tunnel” survey brought to light elements that literally “shouted” from the very first moment. Unfortunately, however, mistakes and omissions of the Authorities have helped to keep this crime unpunished.