Liridona Ademaj's father reinforces the thesis that her husband ordered the murder for life insurance worth 20 million euros
Liridona Ademaj, 30 years old, mother of two children, was traveling in the evening by car with her husband and two children, in Kosovo. A car pulled up, they tried to steal it and she was killed. This was the first variant that came out three days ago.
Her husband is already arrested for her murder. He has admitted the crime. Naim Murseli staged the theft to kill his wife.
When Granit Plava, the assassin, was arrested, he confessed that the murder was ordered by Liridona's husband. They were from the same village. According to his testimony, he received 15,000 euros before the murder and another 15,000 he would receive after it.
Why did Naim Murseli kill his wife?
One of the theories, which is reinforced by the confession of Liridona Ademaj's father, is "Life insurance".
"The girl has never shown that she had problems with her husband. The girl lived in Sweden and had insurance and a lot of money. This is the doubt, about the insurance money", says her father.
It is said that Liridona's life insurance was paid in Sweden and that it covered the value of 20 million euros.
The moment when the father suspected that the son-in-law had killed his daughter
"How is work, I asked Naimi. He started telling me.' We were walking on the road and they cut us off on the road. Liridona said stop the car. I opened my door. How is it that my daughter was killed in the car. I said 'how do you leave the girl in the car'. He said 'Liridona was asked for the money and she did not give it'. That's where I doubted", says her father.
Exhumation of Lyridona
Liridona's burial was in the cemetery of her husband's village, but after discovering the truth, her family gave two days to the Murseli family (of her husband) to carry out the exhumation and burial of the body in her family's cemetery .
The parallels of this story with that of pilot Babis in Greece
Even the Greek pilot killed his wife by staging a burglary at home. He killed the woman, tied himself to a chair and called the police. He appeared in the media several days in a row and demanded justice until finally it was revealed that he was the killer. When asked why the thieves killed the woman, he replied that she had resisted. Same as the case in Kosovo.
The smart watch on the woman's hand revealed the truth that she had been killed in her sleep, as the heartbeat showed calmness and then an immediate increase (the moment of panic and the struggle to survive the suffocation with the pillow).
Even Babis killed his wife in front of their little daughter, who was next to her parents' bed, just as Naim Murseli staged the whole theft and ordered to kill his wife, when their children would be in the car as well.
Both of them, the men of the family, came out unscathed from the "thefts", they buried and wept the women during the day, after they had killed them at night.