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Serbian Mafia Cannibals Murdered Milan Jurisic, Ate Him for Lunch, then Used Meat Grinder to Dispose Body

Members of a twisted Serbian mafia group murdered a former colleague who betrayed them, cooked him into a stew and ate him, then disposed of the body using a meat grinder.

Kalinic & Bojovic

According to the Daily Mail, members of the Zemun Clan, a Belgrade-based Serbian mafia group, tortured and killed 37-year-old Milan Jurisic in Madrid, Spain in 2009 because he stole money from them.

The gangsters, led by Luka Bojovic, allegedly beat their victim to death with a hammer, skinned and boned him with a sharp knife, then put his remains through a meat grinder. They cooked his meat in a stew and ate it for lunch. They also made a face mask out of his skin.

After their grisly lunch, the gangsters threw Jurisic’s bones into the Manzanares River.

Former Zemun Clan member Sretko Kalinic, whose nickname is, appropriately, “The Butcher,” confessed to the horrific crime after being nabbed in Zagreb, Croatia last year.

Spanish police this week found 50 bones in the river, as well as the house where the alleged butchery and cannibalism occurred.

Jurisic was on the run after being convicted in absentia of assassinating Serbian prime minister Zoran Djindjic in 2003. Luka Bojovic, who was arrested in Valencia, Spain last month, is also a suspect in Djindjic’s murder.

 

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