Claim that Tsalikidis was killed

A mystery man who has allegedly been providing information about the circumstances surrounding the death of Vodafone software engineer Costas Tsalikidis met with the family’s lawyer yesterday and insisted that the technician had been murdered. Themistoklis Sofos said he met with the man, who has still not been identified, at a remote spot on the outskirts of Attica. All that is known about the informant is that he is not a Vodafone employee. He told Sofos that Tsalikidis was murdered to prevent him from talking about the spy software he discovered in Vodafone’s system. The man named the alleged killers, some of whom had links to the mobile phone firm, he claimed. Sofos said he asked for evidence to back up this claim and was told by the informant that he would get it in 10 days. Meanwhile, Vodafone said yesterday that the press had distorted the facts presented in the report issued by the Communications Privacy Protection Authority (ADAE) on Monday.

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