The cycle of depositions has opened for the case of the murder of the other two children from Patras, with their mother, Roula Pispirigou, already in custody, accused.
It is being conducted at a fast pace the investigative process for the case of the murder of the two youngest children of the Daskalakis-Pispirigou family, with their already remanded mother accused for the crime of intentional homicide with her daughter Georgina as the victim.
The judicial officer, who conducts the main investigation, after carefully studying the evidentiary material, began to examine all those witnesses who can from their position contribute important information for the fuller investigation of this case, which has been at the forefront for months of current affairs.
This morning they have been called to testify medical examiners Nikos Karakoukis and Nikos Kalogrias who with their conclusion determined the developments in the case of the deaths of the two youngest children of the Daskalakis family, as this was one of the key elements on which the two prosecutors of the first instance, Antonis Eleftherianos and Apostolos Andreou, relied for the prosecution of of Roula Pispirigou, who is estimated that at the end of the month she will have been summoned to an apology for the new charges she is facing.
In the meantime, the pathologist Christos Eftychiadis and the medical examiner Christina Tsakona were examined today by the 35th regular investigator.
Mr. Eftychiadis is considered a key witness as he was called by the medical examiners Nikos Karakoukis and Nikos Kalogrias in order to do a histological reassessment of the death of the two children.
His conclusions about Malena, however, relied on facts and documentsas her tissues had been cremated, while in the case of Iris he reexamined the tissues.
Information states that during the re-examination, a special histological technique was used on the Iris tissue fragments, i.e. special stains were made that “showed” suffocation.
In her testimony, the medical examiner Christina Tsakona, who had drawn up the initial argument for Malena’s death, reportedly insisted on the validity of the findings she had recorded, citing liver failure that may be due to hypoxia, i.e. oxygen deprivation.
Finally, it is worth noting that the time is counting down for the prosecutor’s proposal and then the issuance of a will by the judicial council on the basis of which the further criminal treatment of Roulas Pispirigou will be judged and it will be decided whether or not the accused will be referred to the Meikos bench of the Court of Jury of Athens for the case of the murder of 9-year-old Georgina.