Five years after the death of 31-year-old Dimitris Sarantis in Medling, Vienna, the prosecutor “saw” the murder of the unfortunate cook and sends the case to a regular investigator for new testimonies.
A few months ago, the Larissa investigator, after three and a half years of investigation, had sent the case to the archive, attributing Dimitris’ death to suicide.
The family appealed to the prosecutor, stressing the report of its medical examiner and technical advisor, Professor Matthew Tsougas, who spoke of homicide. The prosecutor on Friday, July 16th, accepted the appeal and sent the case to a regular investigator while prosecuting homicide against uknown person(s).
See details of the case HERE
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