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The suspicions of the 36-year-old citizen of Georgia were removed as soon as the husband of the young woman confessed to the murder.

TBILISI, 18 Jun – Sputnik. The Georgian, detained in Greece on suspicion of the murder of a young woman, turned out to be innocent, Greek media reported.

The Greek police have brought charges against the husband of the young woman, Babis Anagnostopoulos. After eight hours of interrogation, he confessed that he killed his 20-year-old wife Caroline Crouch when she threatened to leave him and take their 11-month-old baby. The police had sufficient evidence and evidence of Anagnostopoulos’ guilt, so he had no choice but to confess.

The police obtained these data by analyzing the recordings of video surveillance cameras, the couple’s mobile phones, the biometric clock of the murdered woman, which showed the real time of death – they did not coincide with the testimony of Anagnostopoulos himself. Anagnostopoulos’ mobile app that measures steps showed that while he claimed to be tied up by robbers, he was walking. The memory card in the security camera was removed at 01:20 am, and the robbers allegedly entered their house by four o’clock.

The 32-year-old pilot admitted that he deceived law enforcement officers when he said that three people broke into their house for the purpose of robbery, who were looking for money and jewelry, beat his wife and strangled him, and he was tied to a chair.

“I killed her and then staged a robbery scene,” Anagnostopoulos admitted.

The murder took place in one of the districts of Athens (Glika-Nera) on May 11. A 36-year-old Georgian citizen was arrested on charges of robbery and murder of a young woman, but later it turned out that he had nothing to do with the murder and was released.

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