Ο κ.Κασίμης Θεοφάνης βρέθηκε καλεσμένος στην εκπομπή της κυρίας Φαίης Μαυραγάνη για να μιλήσει για τα ψηφιακά ευρήματα που βρέθηκαν στην οικία της άτυχης Καρολάιν.
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The digital evidence led the Hellenic Police to solve the case of the unfortunate Karolain's murder in Glyka Nera by her husband, Charalampos Anagnostopoulos, according to Penelope Miniati, the director of the criminal laboratories.
Mrs. Miniati, during a briefing of the Hellenic Police. on the murder in Glyka Nera, he stated the following:
"Regarding the homicide case in Glyka Nera, the personnel of the Criminal Investigations Division, along with the Attica Security Department, conducted a lengthy and thorough examination of the residence and the surrounding area from the very beginning. They collected evidence, traces, and exhibits for laboratory analysis. These were subjected to laboratory examination both in the DNA laboratories and in other units of the division, such as the fingerprint identification unit, the forensic photography unit, which created an electronic sketch based on Charalampos Anagnostopoulos' description, and the presentation of photographs within the modus operandi framework."
The findings on the mobile phone owned by the perpetrator of the Glyka Nera murder significantly aided the police in piecing together the puzzle and reaching a resolution in the complex case.
In the indictment for the crime in Glyka Nera, in addition to the preliminary statement of the 33-year-old pilot who confessed to Caroline's murder, the evidence from the analyses conducted on the perpetrator's mobile phone is also included.
The transmittal document (26 pages) sent by the police to the judicial authorities includes even the deposition given by Caroline's mother regarding her daughter's murder, where she discusses how her child met Babis Anagnostopoulos. The report from the Digital Evidence Examination Department of the Criminal Investigations Directorate captures the movements of the perpetrator on the night of May 11th. The digital data resulting from the police analysis contradicted the initial statements made by the 33-year-old pilot.
It was announced in the briefing by the Hellenic Police (ELAS) on Friday, June 18th, regarding the Glyka Nera murder case and how the confession was obtained, that significant "inconsistencies" were detected and critical questions arose. The answers provided shed light on new decisive evidence, leading to the countdown towards the revelation of the tragic truth.
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Among other things, the perpetrator's mobile phone records steps, distances covered, and changes in floors during the period when, according to his version of the robbery he presented, he was bound and unconscious. The police report to the judicial authorities highlights that the perpetrator regularly used his mobile phone from 4:00 am until 6:00 am.
The husband's mobile phone – The digital findings
In addition, ELAS experts who recovered the digital evidence made Babis Anagnostopoulos' mobile phone "talk", from which it was proved that he lied in his statements. It recorded steps, distances and rising floors, while the report of the Digital Evidence Examination Department of the Criminal Investigation Directorate fully reflects his activity on the fateful night.
23.18: Message "you stupid" from Caroline
23.42: Message that reads: "In the morning do not leave her with me"
23.46: The 33-year-old pilot climbs three floors to the house in Glyka Nera
01.15: The husband's mobile phone goes into charging process
04.24: Twelve minutes after Caroline's murder, the pilot's mobile phone comes out of charge.
05.22: Babis Anagnostopoulos, perpetrator of the crime in Glyka Nera, is "tied" by the alleged robbers, but takes 29 steps
05.40: Climbs two floors, taking 103 steps
05.53: 14 steps and one floor rise are recorded
06.08: Call 180
06.10: Call 1000
06.11: Call 100
06.16: Call to a neighbor.
Coroner on Caroline's murder: 'Her death was not instantaneous'
It is recalled that according to the coroner's report on the murder of Caroline in Sweet Waters, the death of the 20-year-old mother occurred between 04.05 and 04.11.
"Caroline's death occurred as a result of asphyxiation due to obstruction of the outer orifices of the airways," the coroner said, stressing that death was "agonizing and not instantaneous". According to her report, the victim slept 6 minutes before entering the "mechanism of death."
Specifically, in the early morning of May 11, at 04.11 and 57 seconds, Caroline's heart records 59 pulses, according to biometric data from the watch in her hand. That's where the death process began, the coroner said. For about 10 minutes the offender pressed all his weight against her face against the pillow and mattress. The coroner's report showed that the 20-year-old mother bit and bled her tongue while trying to catch her breath.
On Tuesday, June 22, 2021, the apology of the husband for the crime in Sweet Waters – The charges he faces
The husband-killer has been given a deadline to apologize for the crime in Sweet Waters. He is brought back before the investigating judge on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at 10.00 am.
The pilot has been charged with two felonies and faces two misdemeanors. In his confession, he admits that he killed and hanged the family dog, while clarifying that there was no accomplice. He said the murder was preceded by an argument with his wife.
The felonies he faces are the following:
Manslaughter committed in a calm state of mind
The misdemeanors are those of:
False accusation as he made others suspicious of his actions
false testimony repeatedly.