Caroline Crouch’s murderous husband ‘fears for his life’ after being attacked by a fellow inmate

Babis Anagnostopoulos, 34, submitted a request to be returned to the high-security Korydallos prison in Athens after another inmate reportedly admitted plotting to murder him

Babis Anagnostopoulos, 34, has been sentenced to life in prison for killing his 20-year-old partner, Caroline Crouch
Babis Anagnostopoulos, 34, has been sentenced to life in prison for killing his 20-year-old partner, Caroline Crouch

Caroline Crouch’s husband is pleading for a transfer to prison because he ‘fears for his life’ after being attacked by a fellow inmate at a Greek prison.

Babis Anagnostopoulos, 34, has been sentenced to life in prison for killing his British-born partner Caroline in front of her 11-month-old daughter at their home in Athens last May.

He claimed the 20-year-old died in a botched armed robbery, only to eventually admit to a “crime of passion” after she asked him for a divorce.

Anagnostopoulos’ lawyer, Alexandros Papaioannidis, recently said his client had been attacked by a prisoner who admitted wanting to murder him.







Anagnostopoulos leaves the court and is transferred to the Koridallos facility
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The killer was transferred to the Malandrinos facility from the high-security Korydallos prison in Athens.

However, he reportedly made a request to return to Korydallos for security reasons ANT1 news.

A document submitted to prosecutors on June 1 said: “My possible transfer to another detention center implies that it will with absolute certainty jeopardize my position, with a threat to my physical integrity and my own life .

“The above is not reinforced by the fact that the case I am charged with affects the media and the public, increasing the sense of killing me and even my inmates.”







Anagnostopoulos claimed Caroline died in a robbery gone awry
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Anagnostopoulos cited “humanitarian and mainly personal security reasons,” reports prototheme.

He also described himself as a “model inmate” and said he acts as a mediator when other inmates argue.

Immediately after his wife’s murder on May 11, 2021, Anagnostopoulos weaved a web of lies to confuse investigators and evade punishment.







Anagnostopoulos pictured with Caroline
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The day after she was found dead, he told TV crews: “I wish nobody would ever go through what we went through last night. It was a nightmare.

“We begged the thieves not to harm us. We told them where the money was and asked them to leave us alone. The police will catch them.”

Investigators conducted an eight-hour interrogation and Anagnostopoulos broke down and admitted to killing Caroline when she told him to leave the house after an argument.







Caroline and her 11 month old daughter
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They said Anagnostopoulos admitted he killed his wife in front of her daughter and then strangled the family dog ​​when he tried to make it look like a robbery gone awry.

He faced four charges: first degree murder, cruelty to animals, perverting the law and lying to authorities. He was found guilty on all charges.

In addition to life imprisonment, he was sentenced to an additional 11 years and six months for the brutal murder of dog Roxy and intentionally perverting the course of justice.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/caroline-crouchs-killer-husband-fears-27185266 Caroline Crouch's murderous husband 'fears for his life' after being attacked by a fellow inmate

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