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Fiend or Autistic? In Greece, the investigation continues into the attack animator on the Russian boy


The unthinkable tragedy occurred in Greece on the island of Crete: a 20-year-old clown-animator who worked in a 5-star hotel, inflicted more than 20 stab wounds to a child who was resting there.

12-year-old Nikita Onishchenko arrived in the Chersonese resort with his mother, aunt and little brother in early May. On the evening of May 14, the child disappeared. Having failed to find the boy on their own, their relatives turned to the police.

Found Nikita only half past two in the night, in the parking lot near the hotel. In a pool of blood.

The child was urgently taken by military transport plane to Athens. Spent the most complicated, 7-hour operation (it turned out, the spinal cord was injured).

Fiend or Autistic? In Greece, the investigation continues into the attack animator on the Russian boyThanks to the testimony of the boy who came to life, the 20-year-old Shirino Shriver, an animator from the Serita Beach hotel, is a member of the same prestigious Mitsis chain as the Laguna hotel where the family of Nikita Onishchenko lived.

During the interrogation, a young man who came to Holland from seasonal work in Greece, said that Nikita had caught him stealing his mobile phone and laptop. “I was sure I killed him!” Said Shriver to the police.

Meanwhile, the newsru.com portal reports that the mother of Shirino Shriver gave an interview to the Dutch press, in which she said: her son is “not a murderer,” but suffers from autism. She intends to fly to Greece to testify.

It also turned out that Shriver does have a disability. In his homeland, he received benefits and worked on a special program.

However, how the diagnosis of "autism" and the activities associated with constant communication are combined, few of the experts understand. Moreover, it is not clear why in Greece they entrust a foreigner to work with children without proper medical documents.

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