Andrew Symeou cleared over death of Jonathan Hiles


A student from north London who was accused of killing a Welsh roller hockey player in Greece has been cleared of manslaughter, the charity Fair Trials International has said.

Andrew Symeou, 22, from Enfield, was charged with the manslaughter of Jonathan Hiles, from Cardiff, at a nightclub in Zakynthos in July 2007.

Mr Hiles, 18, who fell from a dance podium, died from a brain injury.

Mr Symeou had denied being in the nightclub at the time.

Kate Morgan reports.

Student cleared over Greek death

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