Her husband Anastasios Tsioucharas, according to his confession, strangled her after a quarrel without caring for his children. From the autopsy, the death was due to suffocation while fracture detected on the scalp and bruising around the eyes, which probably came from hits.
Information indicates that after strangling Anthi, the perpetrator wrapped the body in a blanket and put it in the truck in the basement garage. He arrived at his field, which is about one kilometer from the Velvento, avoiding going through the village. With a shovel that had been in his car he buried her. A few days before the murder, he was using an excavator machine operator at his field to remove a rock.
The fact that at the same point was buried the corpse raises questions about whether the crime was premeditated. From the police investigated whether his relatives who lived in the lower apartment heard their arguments and what followed.
Yesterday the authorities proceeded to the arrest of the perpetrators father for illegal possession of weapons. Father and son were taken to the prosecutor. Once they discovered the horrible crime residents gathered outside the offender’s house, but also in the square shouting against him.
Anthi was living in Piraeus, but lived in Kozani since 1997 when she went to study Mechanical Engineering at the TEI of the city. In 2004 she met the 40 year old farmer, got married and had three children and was devoted to her family. Often helped her husband in rural work.
Recently she was depressed and had confided to her family that she wanted to divorce and move to Piraeus as said at “Tunnel” her sister, who contacted the show from the first hours of the disappearance . According to her testimony, the husband threatened Anthi that he would commit suicide if they separated. The 36 year old woman maintained a personal page on Facebook, where the posts showed her mental disposition. This seems to have bothered the family and lately she had stopped posting.
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