In the sleeve, but also in other parts of the woolen blouse that Telemachos Kakoulidis, 44, was wearing on the night of his death, DNA of his father was found as well, in addition to that of his son, who had already been remanded in custody.
This fact is confirmed to “Tunnel” by the family’s lawyer Gianna Panagopoulou, who also states the following:
There was a tear in the sleeve at the injection site, which strengthens the family’s position that the perpetrators did it to him.
The bloodstains that were in the yard, but also at the entrance of the perpetrators’ house, do not belong to an animal as the son had reported on the show or to his own blood as he spread in the neighborhood. They belong to a man currently unknown.
The accountant’s son and client had claimed in his apology to the investigator that his father was asleep and did not realize what had happened in their home and that he had left the accountant on the side of the road because he thought he had died.
The victim was found dead at 05:30 on the morning of Thursday, November 21, 2019, at the junction of Stefanou Xanthoudidou and Doriti Spyridaki streets in Sitia, in the area of Pano Geitonia.
His death occurred about five hours ago, at around one in the morning on Thursday. The cause of death is morphine poisoning.
Kakoulidis reportedly visited father and son to demand the money they owed him from tax returns.
See details of the case here.