A few notes:
-Perhaps some Greek wikipedia contributor can review the literature in his own language and paint in some of the details of the official Greek investigation and critical literature.
-Please, when adding whodunnit theories, make sure to add known literature sources and make it clear exactly how controversial the theory is. Make sure to add every theory you know of, and add more detail to those that are already mentioned. Take care that when going into really far-fetched theories you say so.
I'm not familiar with this story but it seems to me that this article could use some rewrite to remove POV and to add firm cites. -- Writtenonsand 17:39, 10 February 2006 (UTC)
This article is poorly written and the author obviously had an axe to grind, so I am adding an NPOV tag. I will work on the page, but probably not in the next couple of weeks. Steve Casburn 09:07, 18 February 2006 (UTC)
March update. Refer to an article by Richard B Frank "The Thin Line Between Truth & Lies" Page8 in media Guardian March 12 2007 for further discussion.BM March14 2007