Eighteen years after his life sentence, the young Danos was released from prison and is reportedly living abroad and rebuilding his life.
From his friendly environment, they argue that what is being said is not true, that he carries the crime he committed inside him and all he wants is to take advantage of the second chance he was given with his release from prison.
This news shocked the family of the unfortunate Kiki, who was never able to recover from the brutal crime in April 2005.
The mother: They let the murderers go free…
Despina Kousoglou spoke to “Tunnel” with sadness and anger.
“I’m shaking from head to toe. He was sentenced to twenty-four years. How is it possible that at the age of eighteen he was released from prison, went abroad and started a family as they say?”, asked the tragic mother emotionally.
To the journalist’s question about whether during these years her daughter’s killer tried to approach her and talk to her, she answered:
“He doesn’t dare to come, but I wouldn’t want to for any reason, to have any contact with him. Even in court he was so cool and so unrepentant… Unfortunately I feel doubly betrayed because I didn’t just lose my child, I had him inside my house and fed him,” added Mrs. Despina.
She also refers to other cases of girls who are lost so unjustly and the perpetrators spare her with one punishment – “caress”. With an excess of humanity he said:
“I feel sad not only for Kiki, but also for all the girls who kill them and after a few years come out. We don’t have laws… As a mother, I would never say ‘kill this man’, but let him be in prison for life, not let him out.”
For the love letters he himself received from young women while he was in prison, the mother of the bereaved Kiki could not find the words to give an answer.
“What can I say about these girls, I have no words, how can you sleep with this man, who you know has killed a twenty-year-old angel?”, he wondered.
In closing, she wanted to leave a message of optimism:
“My heart can’t be happy anymore, it’s a wound that won’t close. Fortunately, God gave me two grandchildren. My life now is my grandchildren and I draw strength from them. My great granddaughter is Kiki, I have named her after my daughter.”
He strangled her out of jealousy…
The boyfriend of the unfortunate Kiki, who was then 23 years old, confessed that that night he strangled her after an argument in his bedroom, blinded by jealousy from the messages he found on her mobile phone from another man.
He then took her lifeless body to the banks of Aliakmonas and with the help of a cousin buried her and threw her personal belongings in different places to divert the investigations.
The “Tunnel” presented excerpts from the deep investigation that began from the search for the missing Kiki to the revelation of her murder.
Read details about the case here.