The well-known criminologist Nikolaos Dialynas filed a lawsuit against everyone responsible for the acts, but mainly the omissions that led to the rapid eruption of the coron spread during October and November, in Thessaloniki. According to thesstoday.gr, in the lawsuit, which he filed with the White Tower Security Department, Mr. Dialynas cites evidence of the uncontrolled spread of the pandemic and formulates the request for accountability – if they occur – of responsibility.
Mr. Dialynas describes Thessaloniki as a “fortified city” as with the tolerance of the authorities “the measures taken were always one step behind, following the epidemiological data, instead of” reading “and preventing the exponential trend” resulting in thousands Thessalonians to be attacked by Covid-19 and unfortunately many of them even lose their lives.
“After research, data collection, for about 2 months, we gathered enough material which includes, among others, videos, articles and testimonies that demonstrate the responsibilities of specific persons and authorities for the frantic and uncontrollable growth of the coronai spread in Thessaloniki and in the whole Prefecture “pointed out Mr. Dialynas.
“What all the residents of Thessaloniki experienced, in the months of October and November, could not leave us unmoved. I waited for one of those who institutionally had to react and seek to react. Nobody did it. The constant deaths, the terror that prevailed in the city but also the reckless and illegal actions of several citizens were so blatant that I felt that I could no longer remain inactive. Our fellow citizens, regardless of age, were infected with the virus and unfortunately, some of them died completely alone and helpless. “Those who left and allowed Thessaloniki to become the ‘capital of the corona’ in Greece, along with those who made it, will be punished,” he added.
The “chronicle” of the tragedy
Within the 138 pages of the lawsuit, Mr. Dialynas managed to summarize the entire chronicle of the tragedy, as shown by publications in the electronic and printed press, interviews and testimonies-complaints. Making extensive reference to the events-stations that triggered the outbreak of the pandemic, he underlines that from the only 5 cases, recorded on October 2, to the nightmarish record of 905 cases, on November 18, there were shocking “outbreaks” of the coronary were not enough just to ring the alarm but to enforce immediate action.
“In November 2020, we were about to become, here in Thessaloniki, Bergamo,” said lawyer Artemis Dialyna. “We did not dare to leave our door and we were afraid of catching the virus because almost everyone around us was sick. And all this because, just last month, no one in charge did as he should. Despite the pile of publications of that period that roared not only for innumerable but also for provocative violations of our fellow citizens, those in charge did not care. “With this lawsuit, my father Nikos Dialynas is asking for something to be taken for granted; an investigation should be carried out into whether there are criminal omissions that led to this untold tragedy,” he added.
At the same time, it presents the tragic situation that prevailed in the buses of OASTH where dozens of passengers were stacked on top of each other but also the unacceptable synergy in the public markets without observing the necessary protection measures.
It also promotes the data from the report of Thesstoday.gr for the underground parties in Ladadika – with the request “to investigate the responsibilities of ELAS, the municipal police and any other person responsible for the violation of the measures of the current JMC” – at the time cases were increasing dramatically in Thessaloniki.
Special emphasis, however – as is natural – is given in the three days from 26 to 28 October, which, now proven, is the one that gave the “gratuitous shot” to the already burdened epidemiologically Thessaloniki.
What was said at the crucial meeting for the celebration of Agios Dimitrios
In the lawsuit, Mr. Dialynas asks to investigate which people participated in the famous meeting of Thursday, October 22, held in the Region of Central Macedonia, in the presence of Deputy Minister of Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias, regarding the holding or not of the events of the three-day celebration.
He also suggested that official copies of the minutes kept at this meeting be requested immediately in order to ascertain the exact views expressed by the participants, the proposals made and, in particular, the information presented on the epidemiological status of Covid-19 in both urban and rural areas. center and the wider area of Thessaloniki.
It also asks “to further clarify who had the initiative to hold the meeting, who was in charge and who finally made the decision to hold the events celebrating St. Demetrius.”
Finally, pointing out that, “due to their participation in the Hierarchical Service of Agios Dimitrios, Metropolitan Langadas, who eventually died and Metropolitan Ierissos, who survived, were infected with a coronavirus”, it is requested to investigate “what was the position of the Ministry of Health regarding the holding of the events of the celebration of Agios Dimitrios ”.
The witnesses proposed
The following are proposed as witnesses: Apostolos Tzitzikostas, Regional Governor of PKM, Demosthenes Sarigiannis, Professor of Health and Environmental Engineering at AUTh. Michalis Giannakos, president of POEDIN, Ioannis Filokostas, president of Restaurants, Grills and Cafes – Bars of the Prefecture of Thessaloniki, Stratos Lykovardakis, treasurer of the Association of Professional Ladadiki, Ioannis Dimkas, president of the employees of O.A. and journalists Manos Fragioudakis and Christos Barounis.
It is noted that, a few days ago, the intervention of the prosecutor was provoked by the complaint of the Director of the ICU of the “Papanikolaou” hospital, Nikos Kapravelos, that if the city had entered a lockdown earlier, human lives would have been saved. Also, on October 30, the prosecutor’s office had ordered a preliminary examination of the crowded images that had been observed at a party held at a nightclub in Ladadika, a few hours before the imposition of the lockdown in Thessaloniki.
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