This man stayed at a luxury hotel after his wife fell from a height of 304 meters

ANKARA, – The Turkish man accused of dropping his wife from a height of 304 meters is said to have stayed at a luxury hotel after her death.

Hakan Aysal was accused of planning to kill Semra Aysal, when they were on vacation in 2018, to get insurance money.

Investigators who had access to Aysal’s social media revealed that the suspected perpetrators traveled around Turkey and stayed at high-class hotels.

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The 40-year-old man is called a luxurious life, and has uploaded his classy lifestyle on the internet.

Aysal is known to have visited the Valley of the Butterflies in the city of Mugla, where Semra fell from a height of 304 meters.

He then took a photo at the top of the hill, uploading it accompanied by the words “The place where my heaven has no sun”.

Turkish prosecutors accused Aysal of brutally murdering Semra, along with the fetus he had been carrying for seven months.

According to the prosecutor’s statement, the couple headed to the scene to take pictures, with the husband already planning to push his wife away.

Shortly after Semra died, Aysal was found to have taken savings in his wife’s name along with an insurance fee of 400,000 liras (Rp.784.1 million).

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When the police unveiled the investigation, a video emerged showing the couple descending a cliff.

The video shows Aysal holding Semra’s hand as they descend for a good photo with the Aegean Sea below.

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The tourist who recorded the incident said Aysal was acting suspicious. The tourist then predicts one of them will fall.

Reported The Sun Wednesday (24/2/2021), the police are now using the footage to investigate if Aysal actually killed his wife.

Prosecutors believe the couple sat on a cliff for three hours, so that Aysal can be sure that no one saw them.

After seeing and convinced that no one would see his actions, Aysal pushed Semra, prosecutors said.

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The indictment also notes that Aysal immediately claimed his money shortly after his wife’s death, but was denied when news of the investigation broke.

Semra’s brother, Naim Yolcu, told how his brother-in-law behaved strangely when they came to the forensic department to retrieve the victim’s body.

“Hakan was sitting in the car. My family members and I were devastated. However, he didn’t even look sad.

Yolcu said that all this time, Semra had been very much against debt. However, they were surprised to find out that Aysal had taken three loans on behalf of his wife.

“Apart from that, Semra is also very afraid of heights. Of course, what kind of extreme sports will be undertaken if he is afraid like that?” asked Yolcu.

Aysal joked that he likes extreme sports such as paragliding, bungee jumping, and rafting since 2014.

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He admitted that because of his love for extreme sports, he immediately took out insurance before marrying Semra.

Aysal also denied reports about the clause that he would be the sole recipient if his wife died.

He blessed the bank that compiled the manuscript. He just brought the plan to Semra to be signed.

The suspect also denied that he deliberately pushed his wife from a height of 304 meters. He admitted that Semra’s cellphone had been put in a bag.

Then Semra asked Aysal to get his cellphone. “When I turned around, he was gone. So I didn’t push him,” he said.

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