ST. LOUIS HATE CRIME: Bosnian Woman Dragged From Car & Pistol-Whipped …Update: False Report

This is an update on yesterday’s report
Last Saturday 32 year-old Bosnian refugee Zemir Begic was beaten to death with hammers in South St. Louis.

Three teens, 15, 16 and 17, were arrested. The 17 year-old was charged as an adult in the horrific beating.

The teens beat Zemir Begic to death with hammers in St. Louis City.
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Zemir was a husband, father and brother.

UPDATE: The girl in this story filed a false report.
The attack never happened.

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According to a South city resident the youths were screaming,
“F— the white people. Kill the white people” before Zemir was murdered.

On Friday morning there was another vicious attack on a Bosnian woman near Bevo Mill in South St. Louis.

The 26 year-old woman was dragged from her car and pistol-whipped by a group of black men.
They wanted to know if she was Bosnian.
Via the police report:

The victim stated she was driving in the 4600 block of Lansdowne when three unknown suspects walked in front of her vehicle. When the victim attempted to drive around them, the suspects displayed a firearm and ordered her to stop her vehicle, to which she complied. One of the suspects then approached the driver’s side, produced an object, possibly a crowbar, and struck the windshield of her vehicle. The suspects then ordered the victim to exit her vehicle. The victim refused and one of the suspects pulled her out of the car. During this time, another suspect opened the passenger side door of the vehicle, went through the victim’s purse and stated that it was empty. One of the suspects then pushed the victim to the ground and kicked her. All three suspects then fled the scene.

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The girl’s parents are very worried about their daughter’s safety.

The woman said she thought the crime was racially motivated because the suspects asked her if she was Bosnian.

The girl’s refugee father says he’s more frightened today in St. Louis than he was in Bosnia during the war.

There is a very large Bosnian community in St. Louis.

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