After the conviction of the children and the grandfather of the Greeks, they sat in the dock after two postponements, the parents of the rest of Veria’s murderous group.
The category that bothered them was that of neglecting minors. They were sentenced to twelve months’ imprisonment with suspension. Romania’s father was sentenced to three months’ imprisonment, as the court turned his charge and found him guilty of negligent. Of the seven defendants, only the mother of the little Romanian was acquitted.
And in this court was found the mother of unfortunate Alex, Natela, who said after the end of the procedure: “We want to know what happened to our child.” Her lawyer Manolis Anastassakis, spoke of moral justification.
A few months ago, in March 2011, the “bell” of justice had hit for the grandfather of the two Greek siblings. The court punished him with a four-year and six-month imprisonment for a serial killer and a pseudo-witness on a continuous basis.
In February 2009, the two Greek children, the Romanian, the Albanian and the Northern Epirot, were found guilty. They have been convicted under the law of minors in Greece and have been subjected to reforming measures.