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Autopsy reveals ruptured liver and lung caused by gunshot

Cyprus on edge as new clues emerge in recent killings of Alexoui and Kalogeropoulos


Title: "Forensic Examination Reveals Gunshot Wounds as Cause of Alexei Mavromichalis' Death"

Subtitle: "Possible Connection to Recent Assassination Heightens Security Concerns in Cyprus"

In a recent forensic examination, it was determined that Alexis Mavromichalis (Alexoui) met his demise due to a hemorrhagic shock caused by a ruptured liver and lung caused by a gunshot wound. The autopsy was conducted by forensic pathologists Angeliki Papetta and Orthodoxos Orthodoxou.

New information has shed light on the tactics employed by the assailant responsible for Alexis Mavromichalis' murder. Instead of hiding on a rooftop, as initially suspected, the killer strategically positioned themselves in a field between two apartment buildings, evading detection. These findings suggest a high level of professionalism in the execution of the crime.

Authorities are taking proactive measures to ensure the safety of individuals who may be connected to the recent murder victims. The police express concerns regarding the potential for further escalation of violence and are conducting a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding these two incidents.

Significant suspicion surrounds the possibility of a connection between the assassinations of Alexis Mavromichalis and Thanasis Kalogeropoulos, potentially involving the activities of a well-organized criminal organization. These events have raised apprehensions about the overall security situation in Cyprus, particularly in light of ongoing regional conflicts.

The audacious nature of these killings underscores the need for heightened vigilance and a comprehensive response to the challenges faced by law enforcement agencies in Cyprus. The situation is under constant surveillance, with precautionary actions being taken to address emerging security concerns.

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