This what he argued before the Athens Mixed Court of Appeals, in his apology, the father of the little girl who had first been sentenced to life imprisonment for her manslaughter at Easter in 2015.
Among other , on the morning of Thursday 7 February he said he loved his daughter and that everything that was heard that he “cooked” his child never happened.
“I had no incentive to kill my child. I do not ask for forgiveness from God but from my own daughter. I miss her very much. I wanted to go bury her body but there was no shovel. I did not want to do all this… I wanted to put her body in a bag but the kid was like stone and broke. I had to cut some pieces and put them in the trash. In a moment everything collapsed and I am so blame for that. ”
According to the accused, Annie may have taken drugs she found at the house, as he and his co-defendant, who then occasionally stayed at Michael Voda’s home, were drug users.
When asked by the Prosecutor why he claimed that the child had disappeared, he replied that he feared his wife.
Annie’s mother, who was first sentenced to six years in a suspended sentence for a minor report, defended her former partner by saying he was not dangerous and cared for by his child.
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