New hot evidence regarding the infamous case of the drug boat Noor1 carrying two tons of heroin in our country. As reported by “Vima” newspaper, a woman was added in the victim’s list. According to police sources she was recently murdered in a country in Northern Europe and particularly in Belgium and had relations with the accused Turks.
The Turks names
At the same time, new evidence seem to have been filed for both the Turks associated with the load of heroin, one of whom is reported to live in a country in Western Europe and the other one in Istanbul. It looks like one of the accused filed for the relevant case their names and some emails they were using. Something that makes them, according to Greek officials, easy to track, while at least one of them is reported to have occupied the authorities in the past
The balloons case
One of the most critical subjects in the case of transporting the two tons of heroin and the "sharing" of responsibilities becomes the time, how and why the loading of two balloons into Noor 1. The loading of these materials in the tanker were reported to initial deposits of the crew members. As stated "on April 27, 2014 we sailed from Dubai to Port Korfakan. We were told to go to this port to take two balloons. We went there in about 20 hours. "
Investigators and other people who are aware about the unknown aspects of the case say that "these balloons, with nearly ten cubic meters volume, used for mooring or to protect large ships (when approaching smaller ones,) shouldn’t exist in the case of the "Noor 1" sail. The reason the balloons were loaded on the ship currying the drugs is other than of the protection of the vessel from damage. It is crucial who requested the loading of these materials to the ship, there seems to be a relevant e-mail and other related arrangements. The balloons and the arrangements on how to “use” them led to the decision that "Noor 1" shouldn’t go to Achaia, as originally planned, but to Elefsina where it was finally found. We need to see where this debate and implications about the “game of the balloon” will lead to.