Kosta School Shooting, Leaves 13 Year-Old Teen Dead
Kosta School Shooting – The head of the police force in Belgrade, Veselin Mili, has stated that the young man was allegedly in possession of two petrol bombs and that he had “made a list of kids he planned to kill and their classes.” In addition to this, the juvenile is said to have “made a list of kids he planned to kill and their ages.” Mili was able to find out that among the students who had gone away, there was one male and nine females, and that they had all been born between the years of 2009 and 2011.
A student who was just thirteen years old opened fire in a classroom in Belgrade in what looks to have been a premeditated attack that resulted in the deaths of eight children and a school security guard as well as the injuries of six other children, his teacher, and himself. The shooting also left six other students, as well as the student who carried out the attack, injured. There were a total of eight children that were slain, all of whom were younger than the age of thirteen.
The perpetrator of the shooting has been identified as Kosta Kecmanovi by the police, and they have disclosed that he has been a student at the school that is located in the centre of the city of Serbia since the year 2019. They went on to add that he had used two firearms that belonged to his father during the shooting, and that he may have been planning the attack for as long as a month. During the shooting, they said that he had utilized his father’s firearms.