In the nails of the unfortunate Dora Zeberi, the DNA of the alleged perpetrator was not detected. In her nails was found a powerful mixture of genetic material of an unknown man!
The findings show that the unfortunate girl fought at the time of her murder with a man who was not Soropidis!
The exclusive information of “Tunnel” was confirmed in her telephone conversation by the lawyer of the victim’s family, Gianna Panagopoulou.
A mixed genetic profile of Soropidis and the victim was found around the two napkins in the cemetery area. According to “Tunnel” information, the DNA of the alleged perpetrator does not exist anywhere else.
In the cemetery also found mixtures of other genetic material, but they are of poor quality and cannot give a clear result.
Fingerprints of an unknown man also appear on the case of a cretan knife. However, no expert responded to the hot question whether the fatal injuries to the tax collector are compatible with the particular knife.
The 58-year-old is to be called on a new apology on Thursday, February 8th.
Regarding the request for representation of the crime that the family has sent to the Supreme Court Prosecutor’s Office, so far there has been no development.
What he claimed to the Investigator
Manolis Soppidis, who is jailed in Domokos Prison after his confession about the murder of Dora almost three months after the scathing crime, filed additional memoranda to the Investigator and referred to a “death contract”.
In the first he claimed that two men whom he called “Charis” and “The tall guy” promised him to give him 30,000 euros to kill Dora Zeperi, who was in charge of cases they were interested in.
In the second he named a lawyer as the moral instigator of the taxi collector murder. Tunnel’s Information says he might have been guided by another prisoner who has differences with the lawyer.What they wanted was Soropidis to take in every way the USB sticks she always had in her handbag, which contained important files for them.
He claimed he just injured her and the other two killed her.
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