Voula Dimitriadou, the lawyer who has undertaken the legal support of the father of Fais Bakoiorgis, who was murdered in Kypseli by her mother, her sister and the landlady, spoke on the “Live News” program of Nikos Evagelatos.
The 23-year-old Fai was found dead, wrapped in a blanket in Kypseli, in October 2021. According to what Voula Dimitriadou said, “if they open their mouths, we will also talk about a third suspicious death”. We remind you that in addition to Faye’s murder, the death of an elderly woman who lived in the same house and was severely tortured by the three unscrupulous women is also being investigated.
Voula Dimitriadou initially said: “When it comes to heinous crimes, no one will say that I killed. Here we have very serious and systematic acts of abuse in life, in fact the accusation is against a weak person, a cohabitant and a pregnant woman. She was not pregnant when she was murdered, the abuses took place during her pregnancy.”
Regarding the photos that have seen the light of day and show the brutality of the beatings the 23-year-old received, the lawyer commented:
“The lie that the father received is that it was a car accident, that’s what he was told. And the daughter always avoided telling him things, and when the father made short visits to the residence, the phone rang and the 57-year-old called her. From an investigation by the private investigator, they have collected testimonies of people who report that they heard the screams from the apartment building. There is a witness who says that Faye’s child reported that the 57-year-old hit her in the stomach to make her miscarry.”
Regarding the role played by Faye’s mother, the lawyer stated: “She is accused of murder. Mother lived with Faye for a long time, didn’t she know? And the victim’s sister and mother told the father he didn’t need to hire a lawyer, they tried their best to dissuade him from investigating.”
When the lawyer was asked if there is a second charge against the arrestees, she replied: “The circumstances under which he died without the EMS being called, to me, refers to something else.”