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The Greek pilot who suffocated his British wife in his luxurious house shares a cell with another murderer

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EXCLUSIVE: Greek Pilot Who Suffocated His British Wife In Their Luxury Home ‘Fears For His Life Because He Was Moved To A Cell With Another Killer And He Thinks There Is A Contract For Him’, His Victim’s Father Reveals

  • Babis was jailed for life for suffocating his wife in their luxurious home in Athens
  • 34-year-old wife killer now shares a cell with another convicted murderer
  • He was transferred to the ‘Greek Alcatraz’ after being attacked in Korydallos prison
  • Your safety may now be at risk as the gangsters could squeeze you out of a contract.

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Wife killer Babis Anagnostopoulos is sharing his cell with another convicted murderer, we can reveal, as his devastated father says he should “suffer a couple of years of misery before he’s liquidated.”

Babis, 34, was jailed for life last month for suffocating his British wife Caroline Crouch, 20, in their luxurious home in a suburb of the Greek capital Athens last year, in front of their daughter Lydia. , who was then 11 months old.

The ruthless killer then strangled the family’s pet dog to make the murder look like a break-in and shed crocodile tears at the cops and Caroline’s devastated family before being caught after investigators uncovered his fabricated story.

Babis was jailed for life last month for suffocating his wife, Caroline Crouch, in front of their 11-month-old daughter. He then strangled the family dog ​​in an attempt to cover up the crime as a robbery.

Babis is pictured with Caroline Crouch, whom he smothered to death in May of last year.  While serving his life sentence, he was attacked in Korydallos prison and has since been transferred to Malandrino prison, known as the 'Greek Alcatraz'.

Babis is pictured with Caroline Crouch, whom he smothered to death in May of last year. While serving his life sentence, he was attacked in Korydallos prison and has since been transferred to Malandrino prison, known as the ‘Greek Alcatraz’.

Last week, MailOnline revealed that he had been attacked in Korydallos prison by a Georgian inmate and was subsequently transferred to Malandrino prison, 250 miles to the north and known as the ‘Greek Gannet’.

He now shares a cell with an unidentified Albanian killer and both Babis and his lawyer are worried for his life amid fears that underworld mobsters will make him a contract.

Caroline’s father, David, a retired oil executive from Liverpool, who has moved to the Greek island of Alonissos, told the Mail Online: “It seems he is not happy in his new accommodation and wants to be transferred back to prison. of Korydallos where he would feel safer

‘He believes there is at least one, but maybe several contracts for his passing. I think the people he was involved with before he killed my daughter are also interested in having him silenced in case he tries to make any kind of deal.

“My opinion is that he should suffer at least a couple of years before he is eliminated, and that he should be slow.”

He is serving a life sentence for Caroline's murder, which is 16 years in Greece plus a maximum of ten years for killing Roxy and six years combined for the other two crimes.  Babis and his lawyer are now worried for her life amid fears that gangsters from the underworld will make a contract with her.

He is serving a life sentence for Caroline’s murder, which is 16 years in Greece plus a maximum of ten years for killing Roxy and six years combined for the other two crimes. Babis and his lawyer are now worried for her life amid fears that gangsters from the underworld will make a contract with her.

The Greek pilot was attacked by a Georgian citizen who was furious that a fellow Georgian had been tortured by the police for four days after being identified as

The Greek pilot was attacked by a Georgian citizen who was furious that a fellow Georgian had been tortured by the police for four days after being identified as “suspicious” by him. Babis initially told police that a gang of ‘Georgian or Albanian’ men had broken into the couple’s home and escaped with cash and jewellery.

Greek media have suggested since Caroline’s murder that she was silenced after she stumbled upon some kind of illegal drug-dealing activity that Babis was involved in and threatened to walk away and tell the police.

David and his wife, Susan, have been awarded sole custody of Lydia, who lives with them in Alonissos, adding: “She is sneaking around the house, hotly chased by the maid and, although she is in her mid-40s, they seem they have developed an older sister, younger sister relationship.

‘It’s quite wonderful to see. I am eternally sad that my beloved Caroline is not here to enjoy it. It’s one of the reasons I’m going to make sure Babis never sees her daughter again.

‘I wonder if anyone has communicated this fact to him yet, and if he is aware that we are in the process of changing his name to his mother’s. I would be interested to know his reaction.

Babis spent a year in the harsh Korydallos prison in Athens awaiting trial, where he was attacked by a fellow prisoner but survived unharmed.

Babis spent a year in the harsh Korydallos prison in Athens awaiting trial, where he was attacked by a fellow prisoner but survived unharmed.

Babis was transferred to Malandrino prison (pictured) 250 miles to the north.  He now shares a cell with an unidentified Albanian killer.

Babis was transferred to Malandrino prison (pictured) 250 miles to the north. He now shares a cell with an unidentified Albanian killer.

UK-trained helicopter pilot Babis was attacked by a Georgian citizen who was furious that police had tortured a compatriot for four days after Caroline’s murder after her husband identified him as a “suspect”.

Babis initially told police that a gang of ‘Georgian or Albanian’ men broke into the couple’s home and escaped with cash and jewelry and tied him up and attacked his wife and their dog Roxy.

But he was eventually caught after investigators discovered that the times on Caroline’s fitness tracker didn’t match what Babis had told them and he was arrested six weeks later while attending her funeral.

During his trial, Babis was repeatedly described as narcissistic and controlling and the court heard excerpts from Caroline’s diary in which she described him as a control freak who turned on her after she told him she wanted to end their relationship.

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