Tempi: To the Prosecutor seven executives of the OSE for the leakage of the audios

Rapid developments in the case of Tempe

Screenshot 2 5 Prosecutor, executives, Tempe

Seven executives and employees of the OSE will pass the prosecutor's door in the next few days as suspects for the crime of breach of official confidentiality, which concerns the leakage of the audio recordings immediately after the tragedy of Tempe with 57 dead.

After the end of the preliminary examination, the prosecutor, after evaluating all the evidence and witness statements, sent summons to seven persons from the OSE who allegedly violated the confidentiality of their service and made public the disputed audio documents from the fatal collision .

Among those summoned as suspects are the managing director of the organization, executives and employees of the OSE for whom indications emerged regarding the commission of the criminal act.

The charge of violation of official confidentiality for which the seven summoned as suspects will give explanations to the prosecutor Ioannis Pierros is a misdemeanor.

The editing complaint

The prosecutor's order does not include the complaint that editing was done in the disputed audios that were leaked immediately after the tragedy, because the appellant special investigator of Larisa Sotiris Bakaimis, who is conducting the investigation into the railway accident, has in his hands all the audio recordings, without them have undergone any interference or alteration through editing.

In this light, reportedly, for legal reasons only, the critical issue of the editing of the critical audio conversations cannot be the subject of criminal review, as for this to happen, some serious legal consequence would have to be caused by it. And in the case under consideration, according to the same information, no legal consequence arose, since the judicial officer has at his disposal the complete evidentiary material.

However, the fact that such an action cannot be criminally assessed does not necessarily mean that the editing of the conversations before the fatal collision has not been done.

Also, according to information, the innocent explanations did not include those responsible for the release of the audios, because such a thing did not emerge from the investigation that establishes criminal responsibilities.

In particular, in order to be held responsible for the release of the audio recordings, according to the law, the release must harm the state or someone else, which in this case was not revealed by the prosecutor Nikos Karachalios who conducted the preliminary investigation.

Source: in.gr