Babis Anagnostopoulos, the Greek helicopter pilot who killed his British wife Caroline Crouch last March, testified in court on Wednesday that he had “no excuses” for killing the young mother.
Anagnostopoulos, 33, even begged for forgiveness for killing his wife, who was aged just 20 at the time of her death.
“What was lost a year ago is irreplaceable…She didn’t deserve what happened, our dog didn’t deserve it or anyone else. The word ‘sorry’ is not enough. No matter how many times I tell her now that I’m sorry she won’t enjoy her life,” he said in court in Athens on Wednesday.
Babis Anagnostopoulos begs for forgiveness after killing wife
The confessed killer then went on to state that he doesn’t care about his “career, or being cursed by a large number of people…” he only cares that he will never see his wife again.
“My absolute priority in everything was her happiness,” he claimed.