Mr. George Dilernia who carried out the autopsy on the corpse of Eleftheria Agrafioti, ruled that the death resulted from severe injuries on the head and chest as a result of falling from height and stairs.
It seems that the actor threw her on the stairs between the second and third basement.
From the findings considers that she was raped but because of decomposition this cannot be proven. He attacked her on the second basement where her car was found. Through the staircase that connects the two garages, the offender pushed the victim at the third. This is evidenced by the blood stains found on the steps and the wall. The trousers and the underwear of the unfortunate woman found in the second level a little further away from the car near the stairs.
According to the coroner, the perpetrator or raped her in the second basement and threw her off the stairs, or threw her off the stairs and then raped her unconscious and half dead on the third basement, and then flew her clothes elsewhere.
Forensic laboratories of Greek Police investigating genetic material from her body and clothes hoping to identify the offender.
The coroner considers that beating was preceded although he cannot distinguish bruises after the soft facial of the molecules are altered due to advanced decay. But the bloodstains found reinforce this theory.
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