This image emerges from the research so far by the expert anthropologists of the Laboratory of Forensics and Toxicology of the School of Medicine of the University of Athens.
The holes in the skull are not from a bullet but from a previous surgery. In terms of age, the experts talk about a man aged 40-50.
The definitive answers on the identity of the person to whom the skull belonged will be given by the Forensic Laboratories of the Hellenic Police. through DNA testing.
The DNA results will show in the most definitive way whether or not the gruesome find is related to the case. In the event that the genetic sample is ultimately not identified, it will be entered into the National Database of Missing Persons for possible cross-referencing with other cases of disappeared persons.
A new chapter of investigation begins for the authorities who are now called upon to find who owns the “orphan” find that he indicated with considerable “accuracy” in the “Tunnel” while being held by the sensitive area of the guards.
Another investigation was carried out in the area by a group of men from the Homicide Department following a tip from the witness.
The “mastermind” is back to the investigator
Rapid developments are expected even in March from the ongoing Inquest into the first group that the “mastermind” had created and remained elusive all this time. According to information, the man who organized and executed the kidnapping and murder plan, has passed through the Investigator’s office, and in the coming days, the rest of the defendants are expected to pass through the same door. Among them his two sons, a current and a former police officer.
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