Anagnostopoulos lost the national exams - He didn't go to take the exams
The pilot had requested that the trial not be held on dates when the candidates for the Panhellenics are considered but his request was rejected
The trial continues today for the murder of Caroline in Glyka Nera, as a result of which Babis Anagnostopoulos finally lost the nationwide trials, as he did not go to be examined in the first lesson.
The pilot had requested that the trial not be held on dates when the candidates for the Panhellenics are considered but his request was rejected.
In fact, the accused self-confessed murderer of his wife sent a document in which he informed the seat of the Mixed Jury Court of Appeal that this period of time he is studying to take nationwide exams with the aim of passing to law school, and he requested a stoppage of the trial.
"Unfortunately, he cannot take exams at the Malandrino prisons, where the examination center is, after the brief interruption of the court, due to the inability to transfer from Athens, where the trial is being held, to the prisons," his lawyer, Al, told our Morning. Papaioanidis.
"Next year he will try but unfortunately this year all his effort and effort is lost, and not through his own fault," the lawyer emphasized.