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Edin Pjanić after his apprehension by Bosnian authorities on April 30, 2005.
BosniaSeptember 9, 1954
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|Other names||Phillip McCoy|
Edin Pjanić , also known as Phillip McCoy (born September 9, 1954 in Cazin) is a Bosnian serial killer.
Edin Pjanić was born September 9, 1954 in Cazin, Bosnia to a single mother. Growing up he never met his father although he later expressed resentment at the fact he never made an attempt to meet his father. After his murder's began he never returned to his hometown out of fear of being recognized and reported to the authorities. Over the course of the 1970s - early 2000s, Pjanić killed at least 5 people, with some estimates ranging up to 25-30. He was captured April 30, 2005 in Sarajevo after he attempted to register a phone belonging to one of his victims.
Sentencing and Imprisonment
A jury found Pjanić guilty of all charges and a sentence of life imprisonment was given to Pjanić. He has remained incarcerated in Zenica prison since 2006.
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