Glyka Nera Crime: The first witness in the trial of Babis Anagnostopoulos testifies today

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The first witness is expected to testify today before the Mixed Jury Court who last Friday opened the case of the heinous crime in Glyka Nera with the accused 34-year-old Charalambos Anagnostopoulos.

The pilot who during the previous, first, court hearing heard the Prosecutor’s reading the indictment for the suffocating death of 20-year-old Caroline Krauts and the hanging by hanging of the dog they had at home, constantly looking him in the eyes, today is expected to hear first testimony from the list of prosecution witnesses.

A total of 14 prosecution witnesses have been called to the trial, including police officers who rushed to the couple’s house when the accused had reported the alleged robbery, the medical examiner who was at the scene and located the watch that recorded Caroline’s biometric data, and the neighbor others. The discovery of the watch was crucial to the investigation of the crime declared by the pilot as robbery, as it resulted that Caroline slept six minutes before entering the “mechanism of death mechanism”. The analysis of the data of the watch refutes, according to the case file, all the allegations of the accused about the intense quarrel that preceded the crime and about the “mental boiling” under which he acted.

The parents of the 20-year-old are also on the list of witnesses, but they will probably not stand in front of the 34-year-old and will be represented by their lawyer. Mr. Krautz’s mobility problems and the recommendation of specialists to Krautz not to deal with her daughter’s killer so that she does not become mentally charged so that she can offer calm to her two-year-old granddaughter who now lives with them, probably make close to the courtroom for the couple.

In the trial, for the first time in a case of murder with parallel killing of an animal, they stand against the accused, the Animal Welfare Association from which Caroline adopted the dog, but also the Panhellenic Animal Welfare Federation, whose performances, for the rape , accepted the court.

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