The reporter broke the walls of silence and methodically put together every piece of the puzzle of the mystery.
She went to the Dairy School where Vangelis Yakoumakis was lost.
Unknown aspects in the thriller that literally froze public opinion came to light.
His roommate opened their room to “Tunnel” and remembered the details of the fatal Friday that eventually made the difference.
Angeliki Nikolouli was in the dining room of the School and sat in the company of the “tough” Cretans, who, according to the complaints, were violently carrying the quiet student. “You sit in the chair that Vangelis sat that noon,” he told her, answering her questions in all their questions.
The reporter found the bus driver who claimed he had taken the missing student, rendered the route and brought the overturning.
The show featured an amateur video in which Vangelis appeared in an event before he was lost. His height was 1.75 and not 1.80 as it was originally said. Although the image was recent and clear, there were no testimonies that showed he was alive.
Vangelis Yakoumakis from Rethymnon, a student at the Dairy School of Ioannina, was suddenly lost at noon on Friday 6 February 2015. A few days later on Friday, February 13, the complaints that arrived on the show that he had been victimized by bullying caused the rage and indignation of the world.
They tortured him even in public places
The testimony of a girl who knew Vangelis is indicative of the bullying that was accepted by his fellow students even in a public place with people.
In the student’s room: What did his latest moves show …
Aggeliki Nikoloulis spoke to Vaggelis’ roommate in the room that they shared in the school. There the young student, before he was lost, had left all his personal belongings, and his cell phone, as his mother had said, was the extension of his hand.
As he told the reporter, he saw Vangelis in their room around two o’clock in the afternoon. He seemed to want to stay to read as he used to. He went to the outside toilet and turned upset. He grabbed the keys and left. While he usually was telling him where he was going, that time he did not say anything to him. All he asked before he left was whether he wanted to leave his keys because he knew he had lost his own. He finally put them in his pocket and left in the unknown direction without taking the jacket as he used to when he came out.
What did the cameras near the School record
The visual material checked by CCTV near the gas station, showed a young man with the characteristics of Vangelis to cross the main pedestrian street of about two to five.
The representation of “Tunnel” brought the overturn
Aggeliki Nikoloulis recorded with Tunnel camera the route that would be followed by Vaggelis with bus if that afternoon finally came out of the School.
For the needs of the representation, the bus station of Ioannina provided the same bus which on Friday, February 6, went to Katsika – Eleousa route. The driver who testified that he had received from the School a student who resembled Vangelis, was willing to help.
The reporter followed exactly the same route. As a result of the survey, at lunchtime, a smaller population is moving from the periphery to the center of Ioannina, and perhaps there was no reliable testimony from a passenger who might have seen the young student.
This particular driver according to the program passed from the school’s towards the center twice. At about three to ten and later on at four and twenty. At one of the two stops, they boarded the bus outside the school, a young man and a girl. According to the guide, the young man wore a shirt on which on the front had written with white letters, but he did not remember his other features or wherehe had come down to. The girl held a bag and wore brown clothes.
This research by Angeliki Nikoloulis revealed a reversal that reinstated the survey in Ioannina. The one who took the bus with the same driver on the four and twenty was the roommate of Vangelis who waited at the stop and not the missing person. His testimony led to Vangelis’ initial search all over Greece …