Minister of Justice orders disciplinary action against two coroners

Justice Minister Kostas Tsiaras has ordered a disciplinary action against two coroners who investigated the deaths of two of a total of three brothers from Patras. The final results of the latest forensic report in June showed that two girls, 3.5-year-old Malena and 6-month-old Iris, were suffocated.

Some media and the general public suggest that 9-year-old Georgina would still be alive if the two first coroners did their John correctly.

In a letter to the Dean of the Athenian Forensic School on Monday, Minister Tsiaras may have been committed by a competent coroner during the performance of his duties while investigating the cause of death of his family’s children, Pispirigou-Daskalaki. Ordered a disciplinary audit of a misdemeanor. Malena and Iris.

Minister of Justice Reportedly “Within your liability – in accordance with Law 3772/2009, perform the necessary controls for disciplinary breaches that may have been committed by the forensic services you supervise.”

I will be remembered Mother Lula PispirigoThe 33-year-old has already been detained in Athens’ Korydallos prison since the end of March due to the murder of his firstborn 9-year-old daughter Georgina.

She was summoned to testify as a suspect who committed a criminal act against two other children, Malena and Iris. Further investigation into the causes of these two deaths revealed that two girls were suffocated.

Summoning a mother for testimony is not only a forensic report, but also more than 50 statements by doctors, nurses, emergency medical personnel, and relatives of the mother, and their evaluation by two first-instance prosecutors. Was based on.

Mother’s testimony is scheduled for later this week.

Roula Pispirigkou categorically denies that she has harmed her children.

After the mother’s testimony, the two prosecutors decide whether to proceed with a new criminal proceeding against the mother. In this case, a new investigation process for Roula Pispirigou will begin. Minister of Justice orders disciplinary action against two coroners

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