Screenshot from a video made public by OPEN via Glomex
The police proceeded to arrest an AEK fan
in order to investigate his possible involvement in the case of the murder of Michalis Katsouris.
It is about a fan who, in the videos from the security cameras, was seen running next to Michalis Katsouris and clashing with him while both were being chased by hooligans Dinamo Zagreb and his Panathinaikou.
The day after the incidents, he was injured and hospitalized with broken arms and legs, while he also gave a statement as a witness.
But since then it has been sought in order to give DNA sample.
It is now expected to be compared with orphan DNA that has been found on a knife from the scene of the fight, in which there is also the blood of the deceased Michalis Katsouris.
The results are expected in the next few hours.
However, the arrested person is expected to be sent to prison as a conviction was pending against him for his participation in the incidents that broke out on the sidelines of the match AEK – PAOK in Volos for the Greek Cup.
It should be noted that on October 19 it became known that traces of the murdered Michalis Katsouri’s DNA were found in a knife belonging to a Dinamo Zagreb hooligan – who has already been arrested for the bloody incident.
Officers of EL.AS. they were even talking about a “catalytic” element.
However, what made the investigation of the authorities difficult was the fact that the blood of another person, whose identity is unknown, had also been found on the knife.
Perhaps testing the orphan’s DNA with that of the arrested person will shed new light on the case.
Regarding the developments in the Katsouri case, evidence also emerged from the examination of the mobile hooligan, who was arrested by the police in the second phase. It is said that there had been detected messages that refer to three specific persons who have not been arrested to date.
These persons, based on what is mentioned in the SMS exchanged between them, appear to know who killed Michalis.
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