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live Athens investigator will interrogate today a witness of the murder of Ani Borisova

02 June 2015 / 09:06:48  GRReporter
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Less than a month after the additional questioning of Stanislav Bakardjiev, the father of murdered Ani Borisova, his friend Nazif Ahmedov or Nikolay, as he calls him, will testify today before the investigator. Gabrovo district prosecutor Lyudmila Racheva has confirmed that the Greek authorities have submitted a request that he appears before the investigator in Athens.

    Sources who are closely following the course of the investigation have also confirmed that he is to appear before the Greek authorities today. So far, it is not clear whether Nikolay is in Athens and if he will testify.
    His story about what happened in the flat on Michail Voda Street in the centre of Athens will likely shed further light after the father changed his testimony. Stanislav Bakardjiev was transported from Corfu prison to Athens on 12 May and told the investigator that he was not responsible for his daughter's death.
    The enigmatic statements by his defender Panagiotis Chrisikakis that the child had died of natural causes or "because of something else that cannot be disclosed now" strengthened the doubts that he had indicated some sort of intervention on the part of Nikolay.
     Despite the defender’s refusal to specify whether he had requested that his client and Nikolay be subject to a cross-examination and if he had been summoned to testify it became clear that the Greek judicial authorities had sent a summons on 18 May.
    GRReporter recalls that according to the recent testimony of the father, he had found Ani dead without being aware of how her death had occurred. His defender firmly refused to comment on whether Stanislav had told the investigator that his friend had helped him annihilate the body of his child.

To be continued

 

Tags: Ani Borisova' murderWitness NikolayAthens investigatorStanislav BakardjievBiological fatherDefender for the accused
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