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    Data taken from murdered British mother Caroline Crouch’s smartwatch has revealed her pulse rocketed 50 per cent at 4.05am as her husband suffocated her with a pillow.  <br>Babis Anagnostopoulos, 33, admitted killing 20-year-old Caroline in a fit of rage after she threatened to divorce him and take their baby daughter Lydia with her.<br>Caroline ‘died in agony’ as Babis suffocated her with a pillow for five minutes, a doctor told a coroner during the inquest into her death.<br>Babis said he ‘panicked’ when he saw she was dead and – once he realised hiding her body was not an option – he staged a fake robbery because he ‘wanted to raise’ their daughter out of prison.<br>Data from Caroline’s smartwatch foiled Babi’s ruse, as it revealed she died hours before she was allegedly killed by robbers.

    Now it has been revealed she was suffocated for five minutes after she was attacked while she was sleeping.<br>At 3.58am, a few minutes before her pulse abruptly increased at 4.05am, the mother-of-onreports.<br>Neighbours recalled hearing the animal – a seven-month-old husky puppy – crying at the time, but not barking, which alarmed them.  <br>In his testimony to police, Babis said: ‘I thought of making one last attempt so that [Lydia] might at least grow up with her father. <br>’I thought of disappearing [Caroline’s] body, but it was impossible for me to do so.

    Just looking at her, I cried. <br>’The next thing I thought was to say that someone else did it. I would tell the police that robbers entered the house. I was in a panic. I did not know what to do. I thought that in order to look more plausible and to believe that rogue robbers had entered, I would have to hurt the dog. <br>’No one would have thought that I could harm a dog.

    With heartache I hung the dog leash on the railings of the stairs.'<br> At 3.58am, a few minutes before her pulse abruptly increased at 4.05am, the mother-of-one’s heart rate reflected a person who was fast asleep, the coroner’s report stated.

    Pictured, Caroline Crouch wearing her smartwatch<br> Harrowing diary entries made by murdered Briton Caroline Crouch paint a picture of a turbulent and unhappy marriage with her ‘killer’ husband (pictured together, and with their baby, left) – including violent fights and vows she would leave him  <br> Mourners who gathered for a vigil wore black clothes and held candles in honour of Caroline Crouch in Syntagma Square, in front of the Greek Parliament in Athens on Saturday night<br> Mourners held candles and gathered in honour of Ms Crouch in Syntagma Square, in front of the Greek Parliament in Athens, Greece on June 19<br> Police revealed her pilot husband’s grovelling murder confession just moments before he appeared in court (pictured) wearing a bullet-proof vest yesterday.

    There, he was charged with Caroline’s murder and the death of the family pet – a seven-month-old husky puppy that police say he drowned as part of his cover-up. He faces life in prison if convicted<br>Diary entries made by Caroline reveal the British wife first told her husband she would leave him in July 2020, when their baby was a month old.<br>She admitted she wanted to leave before she fell pregnant but changed her mind, saying: ‘I didn’t want my daughter to grow up without her parents’.<br>The heartbreaking entries – published on a Greek  – also told of bitter fights between the pair, with Caroline recalling one where she ‘hit him’ and ‘broke down a door’.<br>Police revealed her pilot husband’s grovelling murder confession just moments before he appeared in court wearing a bullet-proof vest yesterday.<br>There, he was charged with Caroline’s murder and the death of the family pet that police say he killed as part of his cover-up in the Glyka Nera suburb of Athens.

    He faces life in prison if convicted.<br>Just hours before his confession on Wednesday, Babis was seen hugging Caroline’s distraught mother at a memorial service, where he ‘was crying’ while looking at his late wife’s photographs, witnesses said.<br>Caroline’s friend Kiki Anagnostou, a former English literature teacher, told the : ‘His behaviour at her funeral was bordering on cold-blooded.

    I remember he held the baby in his arms the whole time. He didn’t let anyone else carry her, not for a minute.'<br>Another friend said: ‘Babis made us all cry with his funeral speech. He looked icy but we thought he was just in shock.'<br>It was there that police approached Babis and asked him to follow them, claiming they had made an arrest and he needed to identify the suspect. Babis begged police to let him visit Caroline’s grave first – but they refused. <br> more videos

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    Babis arrives in court in Athens to be charged with the murder of his wife and their pet dog after police say he confessed<br> Babis is lead away from court having been charged with Caroline’s murder.

    He faces life in jail if found guilty<br> Diary entries made by Caroline reveal the British wife first told her husband she would leave him in July 2020, when their baby was a month old.

    Pictured, the couple together<br>The tragic victim’s mother ‘never suspected’ Babis as the killer. A family friend told local media: ‘Susanna is very angry. She is full of anger and a lot of questions. <br>’She can not manage it, it is as if she is in a nightmare.

    On Babis she had placed all her hopes, she saw him as a continuation of her daughter. She had no idea, she had never suspected Babis.'<br>In December 2019 – while Caroline was pregnant with their daughter who was born in June the following year – one diary entry reads: ‘I fought with Babi again. This time it was serious.<br>’I hit him, I cursed at him and he broke down the door.

    All I wanted was for him to ask how I am when I woke up. I woke up so weak and tired.<br>’I am thinking of leaving. I am thinking of going to my sister, I don’t know if I can keep going with Babi. I love him so much that I can’t leave him even though this relationship hurts me.'<br>Then, in 2019, she writes: ‘Last night we fought with Babi because I had a meltdown because of my hormones.<br>’I yelled at him and hit him and told him I don’t want our baby…

    I am not well, I am very upset, I know he would never hurt my baby. My love for her is stronger than anything in the world.'<br>And in July 2020 – when Lydia was one month old – an entry read: ‘Today my little one is a month old – it’s also the day I told Babi I want to leave…I feel awful.'<br>She says she thought of leaving even before falling pregnant but, despite finding a house in Athens to go to, she stayed because she ‘didn’t want my daughter to grow up without her parents’.<br>Throughout the diary extracts, Caroline says the couple’s blazing rows were due to her hormones, which she was ’embarrassed’ about.  <br>Recalling the moment Babis’s story finally collapsed after a six-week goose chase for a gang of masked raiders that he had dreamed up, police chief Petros Tzeferis said he told detectives: ‘I tied myself up.  <br>’I did everything because when I realised I killed her, I thought of my child.'<br>Police announced late Thursday that Babis had confessed to smothering Caroline during a fight at their home in the early hours of May 11. <br>Detectives say he then concocted an elaborate story about a break-in and spent the pre-dawn hours staging the raid, including lurid allegations that three men had tied up him and his wife, threatened their infant daughter with a gun, venüsbet strangled Caroline to death, then fled with £10,000 in a case which shocked Greece.<br>But detectives now say it was nothing more than a fabrication which fell apart when data collected from a fitness tracker on Caroline’s wrist showed her heart had stopped beating before the alleged break-in took place. <br> This is the moment Babis Anagnostopoulos hugged the grieving mother of his dead wife at her memorial service – just hours before he confessed to being her killer<br> more videos

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    TV footage taken at Caroline’s memorial service on Wednesday shows men who are believed to be police (pictured wearing green and red tops) asking Babis to go with them<br> Babis (circled) is seen walking through a crowd of Caroline’s family outside the service as he is ushered away by investigators<br> A helicopter carrying Babis takes off from a Greek island, carrying him to Athens where he is said to have confessed during eight hours of interrogations<br> The 33-year-old’s story fell apart after detectives uncovered data from Caroline’s smartwatch which showed her heart stopped beating hours before the alleged burglary took place<br><div class=”art-ins mol-factbox news halfRHS” data-version=”2″ id=”mol-e1ea61a0-d005-11eb-a80b-69e79c85531a” website Briton Caroline Crouch &apos;died in agony&apos;, coroner&apos;s claims

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