Christos Neratzoulis, a 50-year-old computer engineer in Ohio, was deported to Greece and began a countdown to his life. The reason was his ex-partner’s complaint about his illegal stay in the country.
From comfortable life in America, he found himself living as a homeless man on the benches of Athens and Piraeus. A Cretan woman who saw him at the port helped him travel and look for his brother in Kato Gouves Heraklion.
He was living in a room he was given to and worked occasionally to make some money. But his mind was constantly on his little son in America and living in the hope of meeting him.
On May 4 he wore his best suit as if he had an important appointment and, without telling anyone, he disappeared.
Broadcast surveys of homelessness, social services, care structures and canteens in Athens and Piraeus did not have a positive outcome.
He was deported, came to the island and lost…
Panagiotis Neratzoulis, spoke to Tunnel’s camera about the disappearance of his brother, Christos.
“We’ve been looking for him everywhere. Residents of the area told us that they had seen him in the village for the first two days, but afterwards his whereabouts were lost … “, he said.
Tragic irony is what Panagiotis said to his missing brother.
“When you go somewhere you should tell me to know where you are, not to look for you in the broadcast of Nikolouli, but that’s what happened,” he said.
“We want to find out where he is and if he’s fine,” he said.
The missing person who has health problems and has a height of 1.70.
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