Manolis Soropidis, who is jailed after his confession of murder, changes the script and talks about a “death contract”.
In a memorandum of forty pages, the 58-year-old mentions in detail that two men have asked him to kill 32-year-old Dora Zerperi for 30,000 euros.
He claims that through a lawyer he contacted two people who then met in the court area at Lukareos Street and Evelpidon Street.
According to what he mentions, these people supplied him with drugs and promised him up after he “arranged the job”, a permanent job. They gave him two thousand euros instead of four which had originally agreed and showed him pictures of the woman. They informed him about her habits, even about the cigarettes she smoked, and about her daily visits to the 2nd cemetery. What they wanted was Soropides to get in every way the USB sticks she always had in her bag, which contained important files for them.
Immediately after the shattering murder that shocked public opinion, they told him to sell her cell phone to Omonia, which he did.
He reports that after the assassination he again met one of his commanders, but he pretended not to know him.
The actor still points out in his memo that he has decided to speak now because he is afraid of his life and believes that in this way he will be protected until the day of his trial.
The investigator called him again on 22 December for a supplementary testimony. He insists that he does not reveal the true identity of the two men.
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