New twist in the trial for attempted murder in Oroklini – The defendant changed his answer
The 31-year-old man finally pleaded guilty to the attempted murder in Oroklini in which a 6-year-old boy and a 42-year-old man were shot.
The 31-year-old man finally pleaded guilty to the attempted murder in Oroklini last December, during which a 6-year-old boy and a 42-year-old man were shot.
In the previous hearing, the accused, despite the fact that he had confessed to his act, had answered no admission to a total of seven charges, because they included attempted murder against the 6-year-old.
During today's trial, the indictment was amended and the attempted murder against the child was removed. So the 31-year-old pleaded guilty to charges of attempted murder against the 42-year-old, attempted murder endangering the life of the 6-year-old, conspiracy to commit murder and four other counts of possession and transportation of a firearm and possession and transportation of ammunition. .
Following this development the court process will now move at a fast pace and has been set for facts and sentencing on October 6.
It is recalled that the Police arrived at the arrest of the 31-year-old three twenty-four hours after committing the crime, after connecting him with genetic material isolated from a mask found at the scene.
After his arrest, the young man confessed that he was the perpetrator of the attempted murder that targeted the 42-year-old, against whom there was a death warrant, claiming that he did not know that the child was also in the minivan.
In his testimony, the defendant also implicated the wanted man, Andreas Christou aka Kambouris, 35 years old from Sotira, who remains missing.