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Husband Takes A Romantic Selfie With His pregnant Wife Before Pushing Her Off A 1000Ft Cliff

In a shocking incident, a man in Turkey took a romantic selfie with his heavily pregnant wife just moments before reportedly pushing her off a 1,000-foot cliff. The incident occurred in 2018, when Hakan Aysal, 40, forced Semra Aysal, 32, off a cliff, killing her and her unborn child instantly. In June 2018, the couple was said to be on vacation in the Butterfly Valley in the Fethiye district of the southeastern Turkish city of Mugla.

Hakan Aysal was detained and later arrested by a court in November 2020 as a result of the investigation.

The last photographs of the 7-month pregnant woman seen shortly before her death have now surfaced, years later.

Prosecutors have stated that the incident was not an accident, but rather a crime. They say Aysal forced his wife off the 1,000-foot cliff so he could collect on the life insurance policy he had taken out on her.

The husband "planned the murder of his wife by first taking out a personal accident policy on her behalf with a guarantee of 400,000 Turkish lira (TRY) ( 40,865) and where the only beneficiary was himself," according to the indictment prepared for the crime of "deliberate murder." It also claims that he took his seven-month-old pregnant wife to the Butterfly Valley's slope in Fethiye to ensure that no one was nearby.

Aysal had gone to the insurance company after his wife died to get the money, but his application was denied due to the investigation. He has been remanded in prison by the Fethiye High Criminal Court for premeditated murder.

The husband, on the other hand, has categorically refuted all allegations. "My wife put her phone in her bag after taking a picture." She then requested that I hand over the phone to her. When I walked a few steps away to get the phone from her pocket, I heard my wife scream behind me. She wasn't there when I turned around. He told the Daily Mail, "I didn't push my wife."

The investigation is still underway.

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