In the First Joint Appeal Court of Athens, the murder case of Vassilis Kokkinis, whose body was found in a freezer cabinet, was to revive the morning of Monday 7 January. Due to the impossibility of the Head, the trial was postponed.
At the first Court his Bulgarian wife and mother of the child of the unfortunate navy man was convicted for his assassination in January 2015 in her apartment in Kallithea, to life imprisonment without mitigation.
The court also decided to convict her friend from Bulgaria, to eighteen years in jail for simple synergy.
The third defendant, also a Bulgarian, was found guilty of the crime of suspect and sentenced to three years’ imprisonment with a three-year suspension.
The Chronicle of Horror
On 15 January 2015 his brother declared to the police the disappearance of the navy man Vasilis Kokkini. On New Year’s Eve, a common friend informed him that the 63-year-old did not appear on the festive table he had invited him.
24 hours later, the police found his car abandoned in Evangelistria Street, in Kallithea,.
No one then thought to look for him in the apartment where his wife lived with their son, which was on the same street.
A year later, in January 2016, the owner of the particular Kallithea apartment and a bailiff found themselves in front of a macabre find.
Inside a fridge-freezer was the body of the unfortunate navy man. The victim was wearing his clothes and his jacket, embedded in a fetal position in the freezer, tied with handcuffs. His face was covered with bags and a towel tied with insulating tape. He had traces of blood on his back and head and his death was due to suffocation.
From the very beginning, Tunnel investigations have highlighted the suspicious role of his ex-wife. It was ascertained that the unscrupulous woman had left for Varna Bulgaria, from where she came, along with her son from January 7, 2015.
The details of the case upset the judges. The prosecutor of the headquarters spoke of one of the worst crimes in the history of homicides in Greece.
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