The witness estimated that the death of the little girl came from pathology reasons. As he said, perhaps the child got drugs she found at the house and had already died when she was sliced.
He explained that he came to this conclusion from the vomiting clue was found in a blanket. What he testified was in contrast with what the Head of Forensics of Athens Nikos Karakoukis had testified, that the blood stains on the walls of the Michael Voda apartment were found at low height. This according to what he estimated means that the child may not have been alive.
All these caused the reaction of Attorney who said: You talk for overthrow…You came to your decision, we can go home now… I dont have any mote questions…
Earlier, at the court testified the Director of the National Transplant Organization Mr. Andreas Karambinis, who ruled out that the organs of the little one were sold after her death.
In court also testified Mrs. Alexandra Lolis, expert of the Greek Police who visited Michael Voda apartment to collect evidence as part of the preliminary investigation that were ongoing.
Mrs. Lolis said in her testimony that the bloodstains found at a height of over one meter on the wall of the apartment.
The trial continues.
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