Who Is Anis Fouad Hemissi?
Anis Fouad Hemissi, a 24-year-old kickboxer, was found guilty after a two-week trial at Southwark Crown Court.
Estevan Pino-Munizaga, a fellow Swede, was also found guilty of manslaughter.
However, Tobias Andersson, 32, and Bawer Karaer, 23, both of Sweden, were acquitted of charges.
Anis Fouad Hemissi is a 24 years old Swedish gunman who is guilty of killing Flamur Beqiri. He was shot in the back on the doorstep of his home in Battersea, southwest London.
Anis Fouad Hemissi Biography
Anis Fouad Hemissi, a Swedish hitman, was convicted of the doorstep murder of a crime lord in London.
Flamur ‘Alex’ Beqiri, 36, a Swedish national of Albanian descent whose sister Misse Beqiri starred on Real Housewives Of Cheshire.
He was murdered on Christmas Eve 2019 outside his £1.5 million home in Battersea, southwest London.
The reason for the murder is tit-for-tat attacks between rival Swedish gangs.
Anis Fouad Hemissi was caught on camera walking into the rented flat.
Anis told Southwark Crown Court he hoped to meet Nadine, an internet date, in London.
However, when the prosecution questioned him, he couldn’t recall her last name, where she lived, or where she went to university.
According to the court, Mr. Beqiri was a boss in an international drugs gang.
He had been targeted as part of a conflict with a rival organized crime organization.
He was shot multiple times in a killing planned for six months.
Anis Fouad Hemissi shooter Arrested in Flamur Beqiri Murder.
Anis Fouad Hemissi, a shooter of Flamur Beqiri, was arrested and found guilty of the charges.
Hemissi said that he had never heard of Mr. Beqiri and that he had no cause to ‘want to harm him.’
The dual Swedish-Tunisian national claimed he spoke with Nadine, 22, daily but could not offer authorities proof because he forgot his phone’s password.
Anis was seen on camera wearing a latex mask as he fired ten shots from a pistol, eight of which hit Mr. Beqiri from behind.
To conduct the survey, Anis had disguised himself as a litter picker.
A senior Crown Prosecution Service prosecutor, Louise Attrill, described the killing as “a tit-for-tat rivalry between two massive organized crime gangs.”
Mr. Beqiri was hit by eight bullets outside his home in Battersea, southwest London after Hemissi opened fire ten times at 9 p.m.
Krasniqi can be heard screaming and seen in the video cuddling her two-year-old son.
The gunman fled the scene on foot following the shooting, leaving behind the couple’s three-month-old son and the children’s three grandparents.