Glyka Nera: What the British press reports about the rapid developments in the case of the murder of 20-year-old Caroline
Rapid developments in Freshwater crime have become a topic in the British press. Caroline’s husband was transferred to the GADA Homicide Department to testify again.
An article in the Daily Mail states that the authorities are re-examining Caroline’s husband as the smart watch that the 20-year-old was wearing showed a heartbeat at a different time from the one he stated in his previous testimonies that he was murdered.
Mirror.co.uk writes about the transfer of the pilot by helicopter to the Homicide Department at GADA and the new testimony he gives about the Freshwater case.
For its part, the Sun speaks of a mystery, noting that the British mother’s husband was called again by the police to testify in the case.