The Police officially informed about the identification of the perpetrator, who threw the firecracker in the derby with Panathinaikos.
At noon on Tuesday, November 7, the Police announced that the fan who threw the firecracker in the derby with Panathinaikos was identified. Specifically, there is talk of identifying a 21-year-old man for throwing a firecracker, while “a case file was filed for simple and dangerous bodily harm and violation of sports law“.
This is the firecracker that caused the injury to Huancar and the final stoppage of the “Georgios Karaiskakis” derby on Sunday, October 22.
We remind you that in the first year, Olympiacos was punished with zero points and the deduction of one point for what happened in the derby with Panathinaikos, while it subsequently appealed. Since the two groups had the right until yesterday (6/11) to submit the relevant memoranda, both are awaiting the decision of the EPO Appeals Committee.
The relevant announcement:
“A 21-year-old man was identified for throwing a firecracker during a football match at the “G. Karaiskakis” stadium.
It was identified, after a thorough investigation by the Sub-Directorate for Combating Violence in the Sports Areas of the Attica Security Directorate and utilizing information provided from the first moment by the home team, a person who threw a firecracker during a football match on October 22, 2023 at the stadium ” G. Karaiskakis”.
This is a 21-year-old man, who was found today, Tuesday, November 7, 2023, in the morning and was brought to the headquarters of the aforementioned Service, where a case was filed against him for simple and dangerous bodily harm and violation of sports legislation.
In a subsequent search of his home, a jacket, which he wore during the match, was found and confiscated.
The case file will be submitted to the Piraeus First Instance Prosecutor’s Office“.