The conclusion of the Swiss was published, regarding the samples of 24-year-old Georgia, who complains of rape on New Year's Eve in Thessaloniki.
According to this, the time of the alleged rape was at 4:30 on January 1, while the urine sampling took place at 21:00 of the same day, ie after 16 hours.
According to the Swiss scientists at the Institute of Forensic Medicine, Toxicology and Chemistry in Bern, to whom the two samples of the 24-year-old's urine were sent, “it is therefore possible that the ethanol was excreted from the body, since its excretion rate varies between 0.1 and 0.2 g per kilo of ethanol per hour “.
See in detail what the finding says
According to the report published by the website zougla.gr, on the first page the time of the “suspicious incident” was at 4:30 on January 1 and the urine sampling took place at 21:00 of the same day.
The report has been written in English and as it appears “Between the suspected incident and the time of taking the urine samples of Georgia Bika, more than 16 hours passed. It is therefore possible that the ethanol was eliminated from the body, since its elimination rate is between 0.1 and 0.2 g per kg of ethanol per hour. Analysis of the samples showed high concentrations of direct alcohol markers of ethyl glucuronide (EtG) and ethyl sulfate (EtS), indicating that a high amount of ethanol had previously been consumed, which may have led to a high concentration of alcohol over 0.8 gr per kilo or higher) “.
It is then noted that “The exact concentration of ethanol in the blood at the time of the event cannot be deduced from the EtG and EtS concentrations (as explained above) in the urine sample. To theoretically calculate the concentration of alcohol in the blood at a given time, the quantities of alcoholic beverages and the time of consumption must be known. Also, the time of the event, the weight and the height of the body must be known. If these data have been disclosed, then it is possible to have a theoretical calculation “.
Gammahydroxybutyric acid (GHB, “LIQUID Ecstasy”) was not detectable in the sample sent.
“Mass spectrometry (high-resolution mass spectrometry) for abuse drugs, drugs and xenobiotics (substances that affect normal functions) did not reveal evidence for the intake of exogenous substances other than caffeine, which was detected in addition to of theobromine and theophylline in the urine sample “is also reported.
At the same time, the second document shows that the simple toxicological analyzes did not reveal any traces of ethanol in the urine sample of Georgia Bika. Thus, medical examiners in Switzerland resorted to mass spectrometric analyzes, then only ethanol was detected in the urine sample.