Aggeliki Nikolouli revealed that during last Friday’s broadcast on March 8, a man who claimed to be one of the two sons of the “mastermind”, called to the call center and asked to speak with her. As the journalist said, this person stressed that he was very sorry for the victim’s mother and that the only one who knows where her child is, is his father and the main accused. He asked the journalist to ask him at the court where he had bury his corpse.
This particular person despite the violent adulteresses ordered against him since last November to date has not been found to testify before the Court.
This disclosure of the journalist caused tense to the main accused who that until that time deplored what the researcher had said, ironically shaking his head.
At her previous hearing, Aggeliki Nikolouli had mentioned something that one of the defendants had told her. That night of abduction the “mastermind” gave him a bloody old cell phone to call the victim’s mother. This, as it was said at the Police, was not recorded anywhere.
The reporter, responding to relevant questions of the laywers of the victim’s family for a red van possibly used by mastermind’s co-workers for the disappearance of the corpse of Marios, said:
“One of the defendants who is not sitting in the dock now told me about a truck that the “mastermind “told him to use in the kidnapping of the mother of Marios. He told this to the police officers something that annoyed the main accused who had told him: “You should not have said about the van”.
The laywer also spoke for the last call to Marios by the son of the main accused, which no one knew about.
The defense lawyer asked what was the condition of Marios’s car when he was investigated by Mr Fitsialos who spotted his blood in the trunk. He then focused on the role of a Canadian researcher who claims to have identified a first group of mastermind’s co-workers allegedly involved in the case. He asked the journalist for her opinion and she replied:
“He is experienced researcher hired by the victim’s family. He devoted a lot of time to studying the data and came to some conclusions. He told us the names of some people with whom the “mastermind” spoke on dates at issue and who filed as witnesses in court. He says the police officers did not check them as much as they should. We ought to look at its own version. ”
“Where did you bury Mario?”
Intensity was caused in the courtroom when the main accused wanted to address questions to the reporter.
“You’re lying for me,” he told her.
“Then tell the truth,” the reporter replied, continuing:
“Your own son told me to ask you where you had bury Mario. Why do not you tell it to his mother? “
He did not say anything else and sat down.
The trial will continue on Monday 18 March.