The murder in Glyka Nera is still being investigated by the police, as it is believed that the culprit, her pilot husband, had an accomplice.
The Greek public has not forgotten the murder of a 20-year-old young mother in Glyka Nera. How is this even possible, when only in 2021 happened 9 murders of womenkilled at the hands of their own “native people”, male tyrants! The last tragic event is suicide of a 48-year-old man, a native of Georgia, who brutally dealt with his wife in Thessaloniki.
However, the Glick Nera murder case remains open to the police. The investigation is not over yet, as there are still many questions to which there are still no answers. This situation alarmed Babis Anagnostopoulos, who reportedly lost his imposing style in prison. The murderer husband fears that further police investigation of the murder case will reveal his accomplice, and that, God forbid, he will split.
Police suspect an accomplice
The police investigation into Caroline’s murder in Glick Nera continues, and the testimony of a young woman’s psychologist, Eleni Milonopoulou, has turned the whole story around. According to an article in the newspaper On Time, the threatening calls Eleni Milonopoulou received were either made by Babis Anagnostopoulos himself or by his accomplice. Moreover, the consultant confirmed that she had told the police from the beginning that she had assumed that her client’s husband might be the killer.
The identity of the accomplice is questionable
Under the microscope of the police, there are serious indications of the existence of an accomplice in the murder in Glick Nera. Police are looking for the person responsible for three threatening phone calls that Caroline’s mental health consultant received. Eleni Milonopoulou received threatening phone calls when it was revealed that she had given the authorities a full account of the sessions she had with her girlfriend. In these calls from an unknown number, the man threatened to kill her.
Anagnostopoulos’ visit to a psychologist
It is worth noting that after the murder, Babis Anagnostopoulos visited Ms. Milonopula, pretending to be a “heartbroken husband.” However, she herself understood that there was something suspicious in this. In addition, the psychologist has long known that there were problematic moments in the couple’s relationship. Eleni Milonopoulou stated that in the first session in 2020, Caroline burst into tears when Anagnostopoulos left the room with their baby. The client said that she lives in isolation and under the complete control of her husband.
“Caroline told me that she felt trapped in this relationship, that she was constantly with the baby without any help and could not go anywhere alone. And even if she managed to do it, for example, to meet with a friend, after time “her husband appeared” and took her away (or called a taxi with the only driver he knew – Charalambos).
According to the same information, a 20-year-old girl usually looked scared, and when talking to her, she constantly asked if the doors were closed and if what they were talking about could be heard outside, and also worried about where Babis Anagnostopoulos was, and how he treats the child.
Caroline expressed a desire to leave home because, according to a professional psychologist, her client loved and hated her husband at the same time. And she could not figure out her own feelings that overwhelmed her, and also tried to figure out what to do and how to get out of a difficult confused family situation.