Video of Bosnian bodybuilder Nermin Sulejmanovic goes viral on Twitter and Reddit as he kills ex-wife on live stream

Video of Bosnian bodybuilder Nermin Sulejmanovic goes viral on Twitter and Reddit as he kills ex-wife on live stream

In a shocking incident that has left the world reeling, Nermin Sulejmanovic went on a rampage in Bosnia, killing three people and injuring three others with his Instagram live video now viral on Twitter and Reddit

The entire act was live-streamed on Instagram, allowing thousands to witness the horror unfold in real time.

Video of bodybuilder Nermin Sulejmanovic goes viral on Twitter and Reddit as he kills ex-wife on live stream

Nermin Sulejmanovic, the man behind the violence, had his phone camera turned on as he streamed three separate videos to Instagram during his murderous spree on Friday in the northeastern Bosnian city of Gradacac.

The first video featured Sulejmanovic boasting about his intention to carry out a live execution. He then displayed his badly beaten ex-wife on a porch, stating, “Look, when you’re dealing with a whore who reports you to the police,” before callously shooting her in the head.

He continued his commentary, telling his Instagram followers that he was the father of the woman’s child, who could be heard crying in the background. Sulejmanovic accused her of preventing him from seeing the child for nearly a week.

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Additional killings and injuries by Nermin Sulejmanovic

The live stream did not end there. Sulejmanovic filmed two additional live feeds while being pursued by the police, bragging that he had killed two other people off camera. Prosecutors later confirmed that Sulejmanovic shot a man and his son to death on the street.

In his final acts of violence, Sulejmanovic also shot and wounded a police officer, another man, and a woman. His terrifying live streams were watched by at least 12,000 people.

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The aftermath for Nermin Sulejmanovic

The rampage finally came to an end when Sulejmanovic took his own life. Police are still investigating the incident and have not yet established a clear motive for the violence.

This horrifying act by Nermin Sulejmanovic has sparked a new debate about the accessibility and control of live streaming on social media platforms. The tragic incident has left families shattered and a community in shock, as the world grapples with the reality of violence that was so readily available for all to see.

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The nightmare that unfolded in Gradacac will no doubt leave lasting scars, not only on those directly affected but on the thousands who witnessed it online. As investigations continue, the incident serves as a chilling reminder of the power of social media and the need for stricter regulations and vigilance in how it’s used.

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