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A Swedish hitman has been found guilty of the murder of a father of two after shooting him outside his Battersea home in front of his wife and child two years ago.

Flamur Beqiri, who is the brother of reality star Misse Beqiri, was gunned down on his doorstep by Anis Hemissi, 24, on December 24, 2018, in a dispute between two organised crime groups based in Sweden.

Hemissi, 24 was found guilty of murder after a ten-week trial at Southwark Crown Court. He was also convicted of possession of a firearm.

Flamur Beqiri

The court heard how Estevan Alexis Pino-Munizaga, 35, also from Sweden, had helped in the preparation of the hit by booking a flat for Hemissi to stay in.

He also bought a bike which Hemissi later used to travel to and from Mr Beqiri’s home.

Estevan Alexis Pino-Munizaga, 35, also from Sweden, was found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter.

Bawer Karaer, 23, and Tobias Fredrik Andersson, 32, both Swedish nationals, were found not guilty of murder and manslaughter.

Hemissi arrived in London on December 21 and spent the next few days carrying out surveillance on Mr Beqiri.

He was captured on CCTV wearing a disguise including a latex mask, sunglasses and a high vis jacket, which he used to pose as a street cleaner.

On December 24 Hemissi arrived near Flamur’s home address at around 7pm where he waited for around two hours.

Mr Beqiri returned from a meal out with his wife and collecting their two-year-old son from a birthday party, just before 9pm.

Hemissi used a semi-automatic pistol to shoot at Mr Beqiri nine times at close range, killing him.

He was arrested at Copenhagen Airport on 20 January 2020 and was later extradited to the UK.

CCTV of Anis Hemissi carrying out surveillance outside Flamur Beqiri’s home

Two British men, Clifford Rollox, 31, of Glenwood Road, Haringey, and Claude Castor, of Percival Street, Islington were both found guilty of perverting the course of justice.

On Christmas Day, they had travelled to the flat where Hemissi had stayed and taken away a suitcase and other items.

The prosecution argued they had planned to return to the flat to clean up on December 27, but police were already there and had discovered the bike and litter picker.

Forensic analysis of a number of items in the flat were also linked to Hemissi by DNA and fingerprints.

Sentencing for all four will take place on Friday, February 18.

Detective Inspector Jamie Stevenson, the lead investigator in the case, said: “This was a meticulously planned murder that originated from a dispute between organised criminal groups in Sweden.

“The fatal shooting, at point blank range in front of the victim’s wife and young child, was a deeply shocking and distressing incident.

“The two-year investigation into the murder was one of the most complex and wide-ranging taken on by the Specialist Crime Command in recent years.

“I am pleased these men have now been brought to justice for their part in what was one of the most shocking crimes London has seen in recent years.”

Pictured top: Anis Hemissi

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