The Council of Misdemeanors, with the unanimous opinion of the three judges, decided that the man should be brought to trial on charges of two crimes and two misdemeanors, namely: intentional homicide committed in a calm state of mind, animal abuse of his actions and continuous false testimony.
The competent council adopted the prosecutor’s recommendation, which describes all the heavy indictment of Justice.
“Hypocritical and unrepentant attitude”, “audacity and lack of remorse”, “cynicism and selfishness” were just some of the harsh expressions that the prosecutor used in his sentence, trying to describe the character of the murderer.
The prosecutor, who asked the jailed pilot to sit on the bench for the murder of Caroline 20-year-old wife, spoke of a “tough and painless personality” who contributed to the “narrative of robbery”, the plan to “exterminate his wife” , who had been cultivating in his mind for a long time, in order to get rid of her presence and be left alone with their child “.
“From the evidence, absolute certainty is formed regarding the intensity of the unruly mind of the accused and the cruelty and painlessness of his personality,” the prosecutor said, noting, among other things, that the murderous deceit of the accused is “clearly inferred” from the manner and conditions of execution of the crime ”, that is,“ the suffocating drowning of a victim lasting five minutes”.
The multi-page prosecutorial report describes in detail the pilot’s moves, the direction and what he did to show as a robbery the crime he committed, while special reference is made to the knowledge received by the Authorities about the couple’s relations from the special counselor that was monitoring her.
From what she mentioned, it does not appear that the victim was experiencing postpartum depression, on the contrary, she was very afraid of her husband, she experienced conditions of confinement from him, who systematically removed her from her parents, while for her travels, he allowed her to use only a taxi of his friend.
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