Prosecutor recommends guilty verdict for father in Ani murder trial

7 October 2016
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A prosecutor has recommended that 27-year-old Bulgarian national Stanislav Bakardjev, along with his 30-year-old accomplice Nazif Ahmedov, be convicted for the cold blooded murder on Good Friday last April of his 4-year-old daughter Ani Borisova.

Bakardjiev, recently admitted in court to cutting up her dead body, but he denied killing her, claiming that Ahmedov did it.

The prosecutor also said the victim’s 25-year-old mother Dimitrina Borisova, who was accused of exposing the child to danger, should be acquitted.

She allegedly worked as a prostitute to support the child and had a heroin addiction.

A coroner on Tuesday told an Athens court that 4-year-old Ani Borisova, was dismembered after her death, not before, as the head of the Athens Coroner Service had testified last week.

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