These are the details of the case with victim the young taxpayer which occupies the public opinion…
Aggeliki Nikolouli on Friday night, November 10, presented the developments surrounding Dora Zeberi’s shattering murder and the revealing “Tunnel”‘s investigation at the site of the massacre, which showed how the killer attacked and escaped.
The perpetrator of the devastating crime of the 32-year-old tax collector in the 2nd Cemetery, was arrested and accountable to the Justice.
At the same time, viewers, despite the fact that the crime was cleared through the methodical investigation of Greek Police, distrust and express questions …
Tunnel tried to give answers and dissolve the shadows in this creepy story .
Does the new testimony lead to Agrafiotou?
A friend of the show who fell victim of the offender when he stole his car, sent a photo of him to the show. It came from a CCTV underground parking lot in Maroussi.
In it she appears well dressed, and according to the witness he arrived at the spot with a BMW car. It was a few days after the killing of Dora.
This testimony opened the conversation in the studio for Eleftheria Agrafioutou who was murdered on 21 April 2016 in a garage in the same area. The research to locate her murderer is still open.
In the event of a collaborator, the Authorities do not have any evidence of this. Also there was no evidence that he was watching his victim before.
He himself claimed in his apology that he fought with Dora and that she tried to pull him off the hair. According to the coroner who carried out the necropsy, there were no traces of wrestling, while in the mixtures obtained from the girl’s nails no genetic material was found. The actor told the police that just after the crime he shaved his hair, fearing of recognizing him.
His own DNA was found on the napkins he claimed he had wiped his victim’s blood and threw them into the cemetery. Although he was labeled and imprisoned, a sample of his genetic material, did not exist in the Greek Police database.
Another important question was raised by the criminologist Panagiotis Papaioannou.
“We have to think about how this person was released because of the law, without the state having reintegrate him into society. The issue is very serious and unfortunately we find it in our everyday life, and in such a fierce way. “
See all the developments around the case here.