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Chilling moment killer husband lures pregnant wife to rocky cliff edge for selfie before pushing her off

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 THIS is the chilling moment a killer husband lured his pregnant wife to a rocky cliff for a selfie before pushing her 1,000ft to her death.
Shocking footage shows Hakan Aysal, 40, leading his wife Semra, 32 to the Butterfly Valley in Mugla, Turkey, moments before shoving her off the edge.
Aysal can be seen holding his wife's hand as he leads her to the beauty spot in Turkey5Aysal can be seen holding his wife’s hand as he leads her to the beauty spot in TurkeyHe has been jailed for life after he pushed his pregnant wife off the cliff5He has been jailed for life after he pushed his pregnant wife off the cliffThe husband lured Semra to the Butterfly Valley in Mugla, Turkey  for a selfie5The husband lured Semra to the Butterfly Valley in Mugla, Turkey for a selfieCredit: NewsflashThe evil husband has been jailed for life after killing his wife who was seven months pregnant, in June 2018 in a bid to cash in a life insurance policy.
A court heard how Aysal lured Semra, who was afraid of heights, to the cliff, with the pretext of taking a selfie together before pushing her over.
Following an investigation into the woman’s death, a chilling video, captured by a tourist nearby just moments before the tragedy, emerged.
The clip shows Aysal holding Semra’s hand as they head down the cliff towards the sea.
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They can be seen standing behind a rock as they gaze out at the Mediterranean.
The passerby, Recep Sahin who filmed the video claimed at the time he had seen Aysal acting strangely, and predicted that one of the pair would fall off the cliff. 
Sahin took the stand at a previous hearing and told the court: “I stopped there to see the view of Kabak Bay with my family.
“My daughter was filming the view with my phone and the Aysal couple came down the slope at that moment.

“We even joked, ‘either this man will throw the woman off or the woman will throw the man’. There was no interaction between them.”
Another witness said Aysal appeared unusually calm after the incident.
He said: “I was driving there when I saw someone was waving at me, and I stopped.
“Hakan came and said his wife had fallen down the cliff. We immediately got out of the car and started looking for her, but we couldn’t see where she would have landed from where we were.”
“We tried to get closer to the edge for a better look. Hakan did not come with us down there.
“We stayed there until the gendarmerie arrived. Hakan was very carefree and calm. He was not acting like a man whose wife just had fallen off a cliff.”
Following his wife’s death, Aysal took out loans in her name as well as personal accident insurance of over £40,000.
It was rejected when police announced an investigation into Semra’s death.
The victim’s brother, Naim Yolcu, said at a previous hearing: “When we went to the Forensic Medicine Institute to get the body, Hakan was sitting in the car.
“My family and I were destroyed, but Hakan did not even appear sad.”
He added: “My sister was always against taking out loans. However, after she died, we learned that she had three loans taken by Hakan on behalf of my sister.
“Also, Hakan had a fear of heights, what extreme sport is she going to be doing when she is scared of heights?”
Aysal was initially sentenced to at least 30 years for the killing but he attempted to challenge the verdict.
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The Fethiye High Criminal Court rejected a last-minute insanity plea after medics from the 4th Specialisation Department of Forensic Medicine confirmed he was in good mental health at the time of the killing.
His aggravated life sentence has been upheld, meaning he will serve at least 30 years in prison.
Semra was said to be afraid of heights5Semra was said to be afraid of heightsCredit: NewsflashAysal was planning to cash in a life insurance policy in his wife's name5Aysal was planning to cash in a life insurance policy in his wife’s nameCredit: Newsflash
Story Credit: thesun.co.uk

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