& # 39; Monster & # 39; who drowned his girlfriend in a bathtub after telling him she was engaged to another man, is jailed for 23 years
- Murat Davsanoglu was sentenced to 23 years for the murder of his future lover
- Ozlem Karakoc, then 34, drowned in 2017 in her own bathtub in Dandenong
- Davsanoglu, 44, claimed that her death was part of a suicide pact that they had planned
- He confessed to the murder of his trial and claimed that he had killed her after he snapped & # 39;
Murat Davsanoglu (photo left), 44, from Melbourne received the long sentence on Friday at the Supreme Court
A man who drowned his girlfriend in her own bath after she admitted that she was engaged to another man was sentenced to 23 years behind bars.
Murat Davsanoglu, 44, from Melbourne got the long sentence on Friday after finally admitting that he had murdered his future friend Ozlem Karakoc in her home in Dandenong.
In July 2017, Davsanoglu filed himself with the police when Ms. Karakoc, with whom he had an open 18-year relationship, was reported missing.
But instead of coming clean and admitting that he killed her in a fit of jealous rage, Davsanoglu logs for 18 months about his heinous crime.
Davsanoglu claimed that Karakoc's death was part of a suicide treaty that the couple had already planned five months before her death.
He even went so far as to mislead authorities that he brought a knife and cut his own wrists to preserve the illusion of the suicidal agreement.
The police refused to believe Davsanoglu's complicated lie and accused him of murder.
Two weeks after his murder trial, the 44-year-old collapsed and confessed in the testimony that he actually snapped & # 39; & # 39; and killed Karakoc, who was then 34.
Later it appeared that Davsanoglu had kept Mrs. Karakoc under the bath water until she drowned in a fit of jealous rage, after admitting that she had been engaged to another man.
Davsanoglu finally admitted murdering his future friend Ozlem Karakoc (photo) at her home in Dandenong
It is clear that Davsanoglu (photo) became furious because Karakoc had expressed excitement about the idea of marrying the other man
It is clear that Davsanoglu was furious because Mrs. Karakoc had expressed excitement about the idea of marrying the other man.
Davsonoglu then drove to South Australia with Mrs. Karakoc's body hidden in a robe and blanket in the trunk of his vehicle.
He then threw her body into an unguarded building.
During the sentencing, the Supreme Court judge, Lex Lasry, said the circumstances surrounding the murder were all too familiar. goods.
& # 39; This is another case of deadly violence inflicted on a woman in a domestic relationship who, unfortunately, is all too familiar, & # 39; said justice Lasry, ABC news reported.
Forensic officers were depicted at the crime scene that took place in July 2017
& # 39; Violence against women remains an epidemic and must be bounced.
& # 39; You have undermined her faith in you and her death must have been terrifying, & # 39; he said.
Mrs. Karakoc's cousin, Sener Ozerkan, seemed emotional when she said the sentence was not long enough.
She described Karakoc as a & # 39; loving, caring, beautiful & # 39; person.
Karakoc's uncle labeled the murderer of his nieces as a & # 39; monster & # 39 ;.
Davsanoglu has already served his sentence for two years, which means that he could be released conditionally in 16 years.
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