Judge decides 77-y.o captain of Aegina boat tragedy be remanded

25 August 2016
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The Piraeus Council of Misdemeanours has judged 77-year old, Thrasyvoulos Lykourezos, who was allegedly the captain of the speedboat that collided with a tourist boat killing 4 people off the coast of Aegina on August 16, will be incarcerated until further judicial proceedings. The man was placed under house confinement last Friday following a disagreement between the prosecutor and the investigator.

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