Serb suspect in shooting rampage dies
veteran suspected of killing 13 individuals in an shooting frenzy and then turning the firearm on himself and his wife perished Thursday, clinic authorities stated.
Ljubisa Bogdanovic, 60, ceased to exist from head wounds, Belgrade Emergency Hospital stated. His wife Javorka Bogdanovic, 60, was recuperating from surgery and her condition is not kidding yet stable.
Bogdanovic went ahead a predawn, house-to-house frenzy Tuesday in a village close Belgrade, incorporating killing his mother, his offspring and a 2-year-old cousin, police state.
Milovan Kostadinovic, a neighbor who stated he and his family survived just on the grounds that a police watch appeared in the village after a call by Bogdanovic's wife, stated "he may as well have languished increasingly over what he did to us."
"I've caught that he perished," Kostadinovic stated. "It's better that way. I feel better now that I know he passed away."
Powers are hunting down causes in the most exceedingly awful peacetime shooting frenzy in Serbia. Bogdanovic had no criminal record or history of emotional sickness. He battled in the Balkan wars in the 1990s and lost his work a year ago at a wood transforming manufacturing plant.