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19 July, 2024
 
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'My son was killed by army officers,' Thanasis' mother says

Thanasis Nicolaos' mother is furious

Kathimerini.com.cy

Andriana, Thanasis Nicolaos' mother, appeared furious at the investigations into her son's death.

"He came two days before his death and was very upset. I'd never seen him so agitated before. 'Mom, do something to get me out of there, please,' he begged repeatedly, but I didn't have time."

Mrs. Andriana stated on state television and the show "First Update" that she knows nothing about the investigations and that they continue to plague her thoughts, even mentioning a cover-up.

It should be noted that Thanasis' family is expected to file a case against everyone involved.

"We don't trust anyone anymore," she said, continuing to stress, "We gave them some motives and they ought to investigate, I don't know what they did. We have a photograph. Army officers murdered my son."

"The actions are what killed him because they frightened him. Honestly, I can't take it anymore," Ms. Adriana said, visibly exasperated.

Furthermore, Mrs. Andriana targeted governments and those responsible: "No President, Prosecutor, Chief of Police, or Speaker of Parliament should be 'sleeping' while justice is being suppressed. Each President and Prosecutor has passed the case from one to the next. This has been going on for 18 years with three Presidents ruling, the last one for ten years, and now the last one comes to say he understands my pain?"

Thanasis' mother revealed that two days before his death, her son was distraught, pleading with her to do something to get him out of the camp where he was serving.

"He came with an exit pass two days before his death and was very upset. I'd never seen him so agitated before. 'Mom, do something to get me out of there, please,' he begged repeatedly, but I didn't have time. I can still hear his voice pleading with me," Mrs. Andriana said, her voice trembling.

[This article was translated from its Greek original]

With information from 24 News

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