This is the picture by the forensics after the marathon second examination on the body of Nikos Hadjipavlou, 21, who lost his life in Kalymnos.
The second necropsy was completed after five hours on Tuesday, December 12, at the Forensic Service of the University of Athens.
After the approval of the Prosecutor’s Office of the Court of Appeal of Rhodes, the Director of Forensic Medicine at the University of Athens, Hara Spiliopoulou, the Assistant Professor Stavroula Papadodima and the Deputy Professor Dimitris Vlachodimitropoulos examined the body of the student. The last one was replaced by the assistant professor-anthropologist Konstantinos Moraitis who was initially appointed by the state, after request of the technical adviser of the unfortunate student’s family, coroner Socrates Tsantiris.
In the child’s body, x-rays were performed as the relatives asked , and samples were taken to perform a histological examination.
As Mr Tandiris said to “Tunnel”, the new findings will be further explored and official announcements are expected shortly.
See frame – frame the developments in the case here.