After the revelation of the Kotsonis and Tziblakis conversation, there has been a case for the decree of the Board of Appeals. The case is if the decree can be cancelled or be undone. According to the decree, 84 faces are indicted for the scandal of match fixing in 2011 and 53 more are exempted. Among them, Olympiacos president Vangelis Marinakis.
Lawyer Kimon Evagelatos that represents many of the defendants claimed on the radio that: "The deadline for the decree has passed and it is irrevocable. It's not an everyday case. But out of time reasons are enough. I don't know if they exist but we are investigating this and I think that many people would like to examine the case again. Many customers and colleagues that want to offend the decree. All should be equal before the law".
SDNA searched the Criminal Procedural Code in order to find an article that notes what is valid. The article is titled "Repeat at the expense of whom was acquitted". According to this article, someone who was acquitted irrevocably for a felony or misdemeanor, the criminal proceeding may be repeated if the judge of the case has intentioanally broke his task.
In this case though, there has been no trial but in the same article it is mentioned that the above are applied for someone who was acquitted irrevocably by a judicial council decree.The misconduct though should be confirmed with a court decision. And time is needed for the procedure.
For the time being, there is no miscoduct by the Appeals Court judge Giannis Tziblakis who recommended to the Judicial Council who should be exempted and who should be indicted for the scandal of match fixing. According to journalistic reports. the Prosecution of the Supreme Court intends to intervene and investigate whether orr not a disciplinary offense is committed by Mr Tziblakis and whether or not he should have exempted himself.
According to "Diki" revelations Mr Tziblakis maintained a friendship with former Olympiacos member Aimilios Kotsonis who is into custody for the Noor1 case. To their conversation, Kotsonis informs Tziblakis that "their president" wanted to see him.Three years later, summer 2015, Tziblakis recommends to the Judicial Council who will be exepmted and who will be indicted for the scandal of the fixed matches.