According to "To Vima" reports, a Greek Police officer that serves in the State Security was involved in the suspicious meetings in Korydallos prison with prisoners for the cargo ship carrying two tones of heroin "Noor1". This finding came after a sudden research in Korydallos prisons on Thursday carried out by magistrates and policemen that were examining a written statement mentioning that a businessman and former football factor being accused of the Noor1 case was improperly visited in prison by a Piraeus businessman and former chairman of a Super League club with the prison staff assistance. Τhe aim of this meetings according to the same report was to "put pressure on magistrates that deal with the case of the two tonnes of heroin transfer".
This new revelation comes a few days after the magistrate's appointed as president of the court resignation. The theme to be clarified is if the resignation has to do with the "Korydallos conversations" about the case trialled in the Athens Court of Appeal. During the research, material from cameras in prison and testimonies were collected. Material that confirm that there were at least four visits from the businessman to the prisoner with the assistance of two prison employees, in which visits, the State Security officer was involved. The same officer had undertaken the personal security of a politician in the past. The officer retained an acquaintance with the prisoner and was lately by his peoples' side.
To all these, information that claim that the Noor1 accused had met with Korydallos convict is being controlled.