In previous images, while he was on the run, he commented on other murders he had committed, before taking his own life after being cornered by police officers. The multiple crime has shaken the social networks and the streets of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
A man shot dead his ex-wife, broadcast live footage of the murder on Instagram, then killed two men and wounded three others before committing suicide on Friday in northern Bosnia-Herzegovina, the prosecutor’s office in the northern canton of Bosnia-Herzegovina said. Tuzla.
The perpetrator of the crime, identified as Nermin Sulejmanovic, “shot his former wife and two men, father and son, with a pistol. He injured a policeman, another man and a woman” in different places in the city of Gradacac The Prosecutor’s Office said in a statement.
According to the Bosnian portal Klix, the injured woman is in critical condition, hospitalized in Tuzla.
The attacker filmed and broadcast live the moment in which he killed his ex-wife with a shot to the head.
In other images, while he was on the run, he commented on the other murders he had committed, before committing suicide after being cornered by police officers.
Subsequently, the footage was removed from the social network by the Bosnian authorities. Local media claim that Sulejmanovic had a criminal record.
A crime that could have started after a complaint
Until now, the motive for the multiple crime that has shocked Bosnian society and has sparked protests by activists and citizens has not been revealed.
In the cities of Sarajevo and Mostar, the protesters who took to the streets demanded a more effective fight against sexist violence and more severe penalties for the perpetrators of femicide.
They also claimed to have information that the murdered woman had filed a complaint for domestic violence and they speculate that this step could have triggered the crime, which is why they ask that they also investigate how the information about the complaint could have reached her ex-husband.
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