Experts make a statement about the death of three children in Patras

The Panhellenic Association of Medical Experts takes its own position on a case that has aroused public interest.

At a time when the agony and interest in the unprecedented case of the deaths of the three children of Manos Daskalakis and Rula Pispirigou in Patras was at its peak, the medical examiner’s association issued a statement.

The text of the official statement published by the publication newsbreak.gr: “In the media around this incident and due to the increased public interest, there is a “parade” of speeches by private forensic doctors who have nothing to do with the matter under investigation and who are quoted as if they were responsible. And this is all happening at a time when when the relevant case is at the stage of preliminary investigative or prosecutorial investigation.

“It should be noted that forensic medical acts in our country are carried out exclusively by public servants, primarily the forensic medical service of the Ministry of Justice,” the statement emphasizes.

“The opinion of the public is respected and must be heard. In addition, forensic services always inform cases of high public interest. However, when information is provided by people who do not deal with this issue and do not know the objective conclusions of the forensic examination, confusion arises, which may mislead public opinion,” the forensic experts conclude.

Recall, as Russian Athens wrote earlier, the leadership of children’s clinics in Achaia and Attica attended to a serious question about the circumstances of the death of three children of the Daskalaki-Pipirigou family in Patras.

Three underage girls born to the couple, aged between 6 months and 9 years old, died suddenly between 2019 and early this year. At the same time, the appellate prosecutor Patras ordered a preliminary investigation into the case, which, not by chance, was transferred to the homicide department.

The death of the first of three children, 3.5-year-old Malena in 2019, was first attributed to an “unspecified cause” and later to liver failure. The girl suffered from leukemia and was hospitalized in Patras. However, in the last period before her death, her health improved significantly, and doctors believed that she had won the battle with cancer. Today, medical sources point out that organ failure cannot be considered the cause of death, arguing that something else happened that led to the death of the child.

Questions also arise about the death of 6-month-old Irida in 2021. Moreover, this death was attributed to sudden cardiac arrest. And only after a histological examination it turned out that the baby had a rare heart disease.

Nevertheless, sources note that the girl was found dead in her crib at a time when nothing foreshadowed a fatal outcome. The father was reportedly absent at the time. The forensic examination was conducted by Angelica Zolia, who welcomed the decision of the Patras Attorney of Appeal to order a preliminary inquiry into this mysterious case.

Equally unclear are the causes of the death of 9-year-old Georgina at the end of January in the Children’s Hospital of Athens. The girl was taken to the Caramandanyo hospital a few months ago with convulsions. There, doctors were able to cure the problem and stabilize her health. However, at the moment when there were no hospital staff in the ward, Georgina lost consciousness for some unknown reason, and only after superhuman efforts did the doctors manage to save her life. But she got brain damage. The girl died at the Children’s Hospital at the end of January 2022, while the medical examiner Elias Buzianis was unable to determine the cause of her death. The results of histological and toxicological studies are expected.

The prosecutor’s office for the investigation of murders in Attica took up the case.

Three underage girls born to the couple, aged between 6 months and 9 years old, died suddenly between 2019 and early this year. At the same time, the appellate prosecutor Patras ordered a preliminary investigation into the case, which, not by chance, was transferred to the homicide department.

The death of the first of three children, 3.5-year-old Malena in 2019, was first attributed to an “unspecified cause” and later to liver failure. The girl suffered from leukemia and was hospitalized in Patras. However, in the last period before her death, her health improved significantly, and doctors believed that she had won the battle with cancer. Today, medical sources point out that organ failure cannot be considered the cause of death, arguing that something else happened that led to the death of the child.

Questions also arise about the death of 6-month-old Irida in 2021. Moreover, this death was attributed to sudden cardiac arrest. And only after a histological examination it turned out that the baby had a rare heart disease.

Nevertheless, sources note that the girl was found dead in her crib at a time when nothing foreshadowed a fatal outcome. The father was reportedly absent at the time. The forensic examination was conducted by Angelica Zolia, who welcomed the decision of the Patras Attorney of Appeal to order a preliminary inquiry into this mysterious case.

Equally unclear are the causes of the death of 9-year-old Georgina at the end of January in the Children’s Hospital of Athens. The girl was taken to the Caramandanyo hospital a few months ago with convulsions. There, doctors were able to cure the problem and stabilize her health. However, at the moment when there were no hospital staff in the ward, Georgina lost consciousness for some unknown reason, and only after superhuman efforts did the doctors manage to save her life. But she got brain damage. The girl died at the Children’s Hospital at the end of January 2022, while the medical examiner Elias Buzianis was unable to determine the cause of her death. The results of histological and toxicological studies are expected.

The prosecutor’s office for the investigation of murders in Attica took up the case.



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