Killed Motorcyclist Complicates Escape for Assassins by Falling on Their Motorcycle

Killed Motorcyclist Complicates Escape for Assassins by Falling on Their Motorcycle

Images recorded by a security camera show two assassins on a motorcycle riding up to a motorcyclist stopped on traffic lights, and shooting him at close range in the back of his head.

The assassination took place in broad daylight in one of the busiest intersections on North Avenue in Recife, the capital city of Pernambuco, Brazil.

Unfortunately for the assassins, the killed man dropped on the side from which the hitmen shot him, falling on their motorcycle, complicating their escape.

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32 thoughts on “Killed Motorcyclist Complicates Escape for Assassins by Falling on Their Motorcycle”

  1. The assassins should’ve noticed that the mark was supporting the bike with his right leg…the one that was closest to them…

    Amateurs preach tactics…

    Professionals preach logistics…

  2. come on you stupid bus driver you could have done the world a favor and ran these punks over with your big buss. it seemed like they just shot this guy for the hell of it? for being thugs there not bold enough to face the guy i wont visit brazil and i hope others dont either its dangerous.

  3. I was pretty sure that one of the infamous two brazilian assassins on a motorbike died a few months ago ? Didn’t he get shot by a cop or something? Obviously, the one remaining assassin held auditions and replaced his colleague. Pity he hired a rookie…….

  4. I pissed myself laughing when I saw this. What a bunch of bungling incompetents they look 🙂
    It’s like a 1920’s silent movie with lots of slapstick. I like the way the rider of the bike almost takes off without his dickbrained accomplice!

  5. Yeah Brazil is just a 3rd rate shithole, in desperate need for business. Hopefully it benefited well from hosting the World Cup in 2014 and Olympics/Paralympics in 2016, even if Britain, USA and China were getting most of the medals.

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