The 40-year-old passed the door of the investigator in Evelpidon on Tuesday morning, who confessed to killing his 31-year-old wife while sleeping in their apartment in Daphne.
According to information, relatives of the victim attacked the accused as he entered the building 9.
Crime in Daphne: "She was sleeping, I rushed on her and nailed her in the neck "
"When I took the knife with my right hand I entered her room, she was sleeping on her back and I rushed straight at her, I lay on it and nailed it with the tip of a knife once in the neck. She then woke up, she started shouting "I'm dying" and I closed her mouth with my left hand ". These are creepy details, with which the perpetrator of the murder in Daphne described in his apology how he killed the 31-year-old woman, while she was sleeping.
The cause of the heinous act of the 39-year-old confessed perpetrator was his pathological jealousy and suspicions that his wife was cheating on him. Last Saturday, the prosecutor prosecuted him for manslaughter by deceit in a calm state of mind and for carrying a weapon. The 39-year-old allegedly placed a "bed bug" in the room of the unfortunate woman and was watching her conversations. After such a conversation he seems to have decided to kill his wife.
"Turn your mind…"
After his arrest, the 39-year-old killer described to the police what had happened and pushed him into the crime.: "After two hours and after hearing this again I could not sleep. I was confused. I finally fell asleep, I woke up on 10:00 in the morning because my son had asked me to wake him up to go play ball in the square. The child was prepared and around 10:40 left. I started walking around the house thinking about this first conversation. For 10 minutes I was blurred and my mind was spinning with what I had heard ".
Η ώρα της δολοφονίας στη Δάφνη
A little later he describes the moments before he killed the unfortunate woman: "I went to the kitchen, I took a knife from the drawer, big coffee and I went to our son's room. The door was unlocked, as I listened to the father-in-law's advice and 15 days before I had removed the keys from her door so she would not be locked inside. When I took the knife with my right hand I entered her room, she was sleeping on her back and I rushed straight at her, I lay on it and nailed it with the tip of a knife once in the neck. She then woke up, she started shouting "I'm dying" and with my left hand I closed her mouth. So to the left of her head and with both my hands I closed her mouth because she was shouting. After about a minute she stopped resisting and shouting. ".
Crime in Daphne: "I was full of blood"
In the final stage of the confession-apology he told the police what he did after the crime: "I got up, I went to the bathroom because I was full of blood. I was wearing a short-sleeved striped blouse, I took it out and threw it in the laundry basket. I washed my hands and face in the sink, I put on the clothes I am wearing now and closed the door of the room. I took the recorder and went to my sister's house. I did not tell her what I had done, but I asked her to listen to the conversations. Because the laptop had a problem, I left the machine there, I told her to listen to the conversations and I lied to her that I was going to work while I left on foot and went to the Daphne Police Station, where I revealed to them what I had done. I went home with the police, they saw what I had done and then took me back to the department. THE,I did what I did because this conversation was running through my mind. I could not stand that the woman I loved did what she did in our house. I wish I could go back in time, to rethink these 10 minutes. I have nothing else to add ".
It is noted that the forensic report of the medical examiner Sultana Marianou shows that the 39-year-old allegedly caused the fatal blows to his wife with a knife. 28 cm, hitting her twice in the neck, without her having defensive injuries.
The investigation also revealed that the couple's neighbor's complaint to Daphne 19 days before the crime, and the "high priority" signal given by the Center for Immediate Action were treated with indifference by the police, who apparently did not even get out of the car and are now facing even criminal liability. The head of the Athens Prosecutor's Office Sotiria Papageorgakopoulou has ordered the preliminary examination.