A testimony sent the show to Lake Petra where Sakis Sigaris was found, shortly before he died in a strange way.
An important finding in the area, as well as the secret escape points, overturn the data so far. The 50-year-old’s hat was found there several meters from the field of death.
The next day, his daughter noticed traces of a car, where her father was found dead.
A testimony that arrived at the show was referring to a resident of the area and that at the time of the “accident” saw a van moving suspiciously in the area. Sigari’s wife searched and found that the car in question belonged to a relative of a person with whom he had been quarreling in the past.
Moving is what Sakis Sigaris himself said to his son shortly before he died. “I won’t let anyone hurt you,” he told him.
The family, through her lawyer, filed a homicide lawsuit, requesting that the case is removed from the local police department and investigated by an experienced police service.
The lawsuit raises key questions, the answers of which will determine whether the veteran footballer was transported dead, as relatives and friends believe, or fell victim to a traffic accident.
New clues from the place where the victim’s hat was found…
From where the unfortunate Sakis’ hat was found, his wife spoke to the Tunnel camera. Wanting to put an end to this story and answer the many questions that have arisen, she said:
“I think the incident has happened here and from here he was transferred to where he was found dead. And in the pictures we have from the police, it clearly shows that it is a staged scene,” she said.
She also pointed the secret escape routes that the perpetrators could have used as there is no visibility from the main road.
“Sakis reacted to the fight when they were breaking my shop”
A victim’s relative and owner of the café that the quarrel had taken place, spoke to the Tunnel about the incident.
“They came to my café while they were drank and drank even more here. They then refused to pay the damages they had caused. Sakis helped stop the fuss”, she said.
A “key” witness had also spoken on the show’s camera. He was with Sigaris in the coffee shop, shortly before he was found dead in a field.
He had fallen into contradictions several times, claiming he was meeting him for the first time that fateful afternoon, and shortly afterwards he admitted that he was one of the people involved in the fuss.
“Son as long as I am alive, nobody will hurt you…”
Thanassis Sigaris’s son, speaking on the camera of the show, referred to his father’s quarreling at a nearby cafeteria in a neighboring village with some of the café’s customers.
“I saw him crying, I asked ‘Dad why are you crying’ and he said, ‘it’s nothing to worry about my boy, I just want you to know that no matter what happens, I won’t let you get hurt.’ I had completely forgotten about it until I found out that my father was killed”, he said at an emotional state.
See “Tunnel’s” in-depth investigation of the case HERE.