New facts that give thriller dimensions to the case have emerged from the ongoing police investigation into the death of the 50-year-old man in Ghazi in the early hours of Saturday.
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According to the latest data, the cause of death of the 50-year-old man was cardiac arrest, a fact that described the investigation by the police.
This practically means that the police are now asked to answer the question of whether the cardiac arrest suffered by the 50-year-old was the result of a beating, as the first reports indicated that the man received, or whether it was due to pathological causes.
It is not excluded, in fact, that the 50-year-old never donated the broken teeth and jaw that were found not to have resulted in his fall from the pathological causes that caused the cardiac arrest.
The police officers who have taken over the case of the 50-year-old, who was known in the wider area as he is said to often have fun in night clubs there, are continuing the investigation looking for footage from security cameras as well as witnesses for what happened in the early hours of this Saturday (24/09) . ).
It is recalled that the incident took place in Gazi at the junction of Ikarion and Zagreos streets when the 50-year-old was found unconscious and covered in blood but without injuries from any object by a policeman who had gone for a walk in the area.
The unfortunate middle-aged man was transported by EKAV ambulance to the “G. Gennimatas” where a short time later it ended while the investigation of the case has been undertaken by the Homicide Unit of Attica Security.
Source: First Theme