Relatives of Nikos Hadjipavlou’s 21-year-old intend to file a request for a new autopsy at the site where his corpse was found, as they believe they will find answers about his death conditions.
According to Tunnel information , the request will include the demolition of a human dummy of the same height and weight as the unfortunate Nikos, from a 70 meter high. The aim is to analyze the course of its fall and the point where it will end. The results of the project will be compared with the findings at the point where the student’s corpse was found.
After the conclusion of their technical adviser Socrates Tsantiris, the family of the deceased student, he is expected to file a lawsuit against the forensic scientist of Rhodes, who first examined the body.
In his conclusion, Mr. Tsantiris rejects the fact that Nikos’ death was due to an accident, since his inner body had no internal or external injuries compatible with falling from height.
See more about the case here.