ASSIS. Polish construction worker denies that he stabbed his girlfriend to death: “I was in shock myself when I saw Halina lying dead” (Antwerp)

ASSIS. Polish construction worker denies that he stabbed his girlfriend to death: “I was in shock myself when I saw Halina lying dead” (Antwerp)
ASSIS. Polish construction worker denies that he stabbed his girlfriend to death: “I was in shock myself when I saw Halina lying dead” (Antwerp)
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Very calmly and with many details, Krzysztof Kwiatkowski talked about his relationship with Halina and what he remembered from that fatal December 12, 2020. “The day had started well. I went to the City Park with my dog ​​in the morning and then went shopping at Lidl. I called Halina to say that I had also bought a bottle of vodka and asked if I could come over. She wanted to cook first so we could eat together. I had set the table in the living room and was watching a Polish channel on TV.”

“Do you remember what she had prepared?” asked chairman Dirk Thys.

Krzysztof Kwiatkowski: “Fried bacon, ribs, a salad with vegetables, pickles and bread. There was a bottle of soda on the table and that bottle of vodka. Halina always drank half a glass, I drank more. We had a very good conversation about politics, we both didn’t like the Polish government.”

Chairman Dirk Thys: “So there was no disagreement?”

Krzysztof Kwiatkowski: “No. She wanted to get changed, to put on house clothes, but she only undressed because she wanted to sit on my knee.”

Chair: “Have you had sexual relations?”

Krzysztof Kwiatkowski: “No, the night before, but that day we only kissed and touched each other. Every now and then we took a break for a small sandwich or a glass of vodka.”

The accused said he had gotten dressed again to go to the park with his dog. He was gone for half an hour. When he returned, Halina had heated up some other meat and they had drank vodka again. “Afterwards I didn’t feel so good. I felt dizzy and said I wanted to take a walk. Halina asked to get her three beers, so I did. When I came back it was almost dark. I had another drink, we sat together for ten minutes and then I started sweating really hard. I didn’t feel well and fell. I saw Halina pick me up and push me onto the seat. I said I wanted to go home, but she didn’t think that was a good idea. She took off my sweaty clothes and put that red blouse on me. I even took off my underpants and socks.”

Chair: “What happened next?”

Krzysztof Kwiatkowski: “Nothing. I fell asleep. When I woke up, I called Halina three or four times, but no one answered. Then I saw Halina lying there. I stood up and grabbed her shoulders and lifted her up. Then I saw the knife in her neck and I threw her back to the ground in fright. I jumped back, bumped into the seat and jumped on it. I was in shock, so much was going through my head. I started to panic and looked for ways to call the police, eventually calling my ex to ask her to call the police. Her daughter did that.”

Chair: “Are you responsible for Halina’s death?”

Krzysztof Kwiatkowski: “No. If I had killed her, I wouldn’t remember it for a second.”

Chair: “Did she have any enemies that you knew?”

Krzysztof Kwiatkowski: “No, but there was an incident. I arrived there once and she wouldn’t open the door, even though I knew she was home. When she opened the door later, I barely recognized her because she had been beaten so hard. She wouldn’t say what happened.”

On May 16, 2020, more than six months before the facts, Halina had called the police with the message that her boyfriend was trying to kill her, but the accused could not tell much about that either. “That day I came to her and she was very badly beaten and had knife wounds in her arms. She did not want to say by whom,” he said. “Then we also drank vodka and I fell asleep. When I woke up, she said I was tired and later she started yelling and cursing like crazy. I pressed my hand on her mouth, she calmed down a bit and she went to the bathroom. I heard her fall to the ground and saw that she had hit her head on something. I wanted to help her but she started screaming very loudly.”

“Do you perhaps have an alcohol problem?” he asked chair still know.

Krzysztof Kwiatkowski: “I’ve never drank alcohol at work in my life. I never drank beer or wine, only vodka,” he replied. “Never alone, always in company.”

Chair: “And how did you react to vodka?”

Krzysztof Kwiatkowski: “My hearing and vision started to deteriorate and I sometimes became unwell. Sometimes I didn’t realize what was happening, but that was always at home. Aggressive or irritable? Never. Maybe I started speaking a little louder, but that was because I was a little deaf.”

He did not want to believe that he might have killed Halina Marciniak under the influence. “I have begged the police several times to interrogate me with a lie detector if they do not trust me, I have been asking for that for two years. If I found out that it was me who had killed her, I would live only one more day.”

This afternoon, police officers will come to testify and the medical examiner will also come to make a statement.

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