Interpol Was Looking For A Hitman Who Was Shot Dead In Front Of His Wife And Son

The hitman wanted by Interpol for numerous contract killings has now been identified as the Serbian man who was slain in front of his family in Brazil last week.

Interpol Was Looking For A Hitman Who Was Shot Dead In Front Of His Wife And Son

According to Luiz Ricardo Lara Dias Jr., the main investigator, “investigations showed that he lived here clandestinely and under a false Slovenian name,” he told reporters on Friday.

Dias Jr. added that Interpol wanted the man for nearly a decade and that authorities suspect his death may be tied to his criminal record.

This week, the Slovenian embassy in São Paulo was consulted by the local police, who used the victim’s passport to identify the victim as 43-year-old Darko Geisler. However, they discovered that the passport belonged to a Slovenian citizen who misplaced it in 2017.

Geisler was identified by authorities as a Serbian hitman sought in Montenegro for many killings and possession of firearms and explosives after reverse-searching for his images online, according to Jam Press. Geisler’s status as a contract murderer was verified by Montenegrin authorities.

According to police, Geisler fled Montenegro for Bosnia after witnessing a man’s execution on Christmas Day 2014, and he resided in Brazil for nine years while concealing his name. Then he vanished, only to reappear now when his time has come to an end.

After arriving in Brazil, Geisler travelled to Santos in 2015 or 2016 and met the man who would become his spouse. His spouse asserted that she was unaware of his actual identity.

The reality about Geisler’s past, according to people close to the couple and the local publication Folha de S. Paulo, doesn’t match the man they knew: despite not knowing any Portuguese, Geisler used to take his son to school and socialize with the other neighbourhood parents.

Another neighbour mentioned that Geisler and his son used to play games on the street and that he and his family would frequently go to the neighbourhood bakery. Every day he would come get cigarettes, and he would tell everyone he was a carpenter.

He stated that money from a company he had back in his “home country” of Slovenia went to his family.

Geisler met his end while with his family. In the CCTV tape, Geisler was seen returning home with his wife and his three-and-a-half-year-old boy, stowing their bikes, when a gunman crossed the street and shot Geisler at close range.

The murderer left no evidence behind, driving off in a dark sedan while wearing a mask and gloves. We still don’t know who he is. After calling the Military Police and emergency services after hearing gunshots and Geisler’s wife crying, Geisler was declared dead at a local hospital.

Police in Brazil are still looking for Geisler’s killer. Authorities think his criminal history may have contributed to his demise, and police from Montenegro and Brazil will cooperate to solve the mystery.

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