Athens Police Reveals Shocking Details on Ani's Murder Case
The probability for the leftover dead body parts of the murdered 4-year old Ani Borisova to be discovered remains minimal, because of the exceptionally cruel way in which the body has been disposed of.
This was the statement made by Director of the Athens police department Christos Papazafiris.
According to the investigation officers, the child has been killed on April 8 or 9, while the mother was abroad. She announced that her daughter is wanted on April 21.
Papazafiris further stated at a news conference in Athens that all details of how the charged with the murder father of Ani have been revealed. He said that the murder has been executed in an exceptionally cruel manner that has had no previous analogy, not only in Greece but also throughout the world.
Despite the reluctance of authorities to reveal all the facts around the case, there have been some widespread suspicions. The 27-year old father of the child is believed to be the culprit. allegedly, after he murdered the child, he then proceeded to cut the body into small pieces and then threw them in separate trash bins around the center of Athens.
The weapon of the murder has been found in his apartment, as well as genetic material that proves the death of the little girl.
Police officers believe that both the mother and father of the child intentionally have stated that their daughter has been kidnapped, in order to have enough time to cover up their own tracks.
Earlier during the week, Ani's father has been called to testify in the Athens court and has admitted to the crime.
The mother of the child, a 25-year old Bulgarian, has also been charged with abandoning her child and putting it at risk. She now needs to present her deposition by Thursday.
Meanwhile, the first lawyer o the two Bulgarians has dropped their defense by saying that there are too many inconsistencies with their versions.
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