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31-year-old Alexander Pashov, accused of the death of his wife Fanka, made two suicide attempts.

The body of the 28-year-old woman was found in an abandoned garage in the village of Padarsko after a two-day search by the police in Rakovski.

She disappeared on November 25 on her way to work at the Industrial Zone in Stryama, "24 Chasa" informed.

Pashov appeared before the Plovdiv District Court and asked for a lighter measure, but magistrate Ivan Bonev left him permanently in custody.

Prosecutor Dimitar Morev pointed out that Pashov covered up the traces of the crime.

According to him, with a lighter measure, he can commit another crime.

"This is a serious intentional crime, which is punishable by 10 to 20 years in prison," said the prosecutor.

He specified that they are still clarifying how the intent to commit the crime was arrived at.

According to Morev, Fanka left the family home and did not take care of her two children.

"There is enough data that my client committed the crime, but I categorically do not agree that there is a danger that he will go into hiding or commit something else," said lawyer Anastasia Budakova.

It became clear where the body of the woman missing from Rakovsky was buried

According to people from the village, Alexander was very jealous, and he was afraid that Fanka would take his children - an 8-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy. After the separation, they lived with him.

In Padarsko, they are convinced that the murder was planned - the man bought a gun a few months ago and learned to shoot in the forest.

Alexander's father is also in the courtroom.

"Big trouble," said only the parent Alexi.

The decision of the District Court can be protested on December 6 before the Appellate Court.

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