Aleksandar Knežević (gangster)
Aleksandar "Knele" Knezevic
|Born||April 27, 1971|
|Died||October 28, 1992(aged 21)|
|Cause of death||Gunshot wounds|
|Resting place||Belgrade, Republic of Serbia, FR Yugoslavia|
|Crime That Changed Serbia|
Aleksandar "Knele" Knezevic (April 27 1971 - October 28 1992) was a Serbian gangster from the village of Brace Jerkovic on Vozdovac, a member of the Vozdovac clan. He contributed to the Serbian criminal documentary film "Crime that Changed Serbia". As a Vozdovac gangster, he met and made good friends with several gangsters with such former Yugoslav Wars paramilitary commander Đorđe Božović and Goran Vuković. Knezevic was gunned down in a hotel on October 28 1992. In his crime documentary film, Kristijan Golubović stated that Knezevic is a myth due to his mysterious death.
Aleksandar Knezevic Knele was born on April 27, 1971 in the Vladanka family and Dusan Knezevic, the first of two children. He was an excellent student at the elementary school, when he was twelve years old, he barely survived the penile shock, and five years later he blinked the flash of his camera around and almost blinded him. He was known at the Vozdovac as an athlete and a fiery fan of the Red Star Belgrade. At the end of the eighties he met Djordje Bozovic, with whom he became a great friend. Knele most often met with people like Radovan Lagundzin, Romeo Savic, then Mirko Tomic, and he was very close to Ljubomir Magaš, and the Vozdovac gang leader Goran Vukovic.
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