An mystery that is ongoing the might 2014 murder of the gay guy in a city simply outside Philadelphia has raised questions about whether or not the FBI plus the U.S. Justice Department should intervene in an incident that buddies associated with the target trust could possibly be a hate crime.
Dino Dizdarevic, 25, a chemical engineer whom lived together with boyfriend in Philadelphia, had been on the early morning of May 1, 2014 strangled and beaten to death within an street behind a line of homes in Chester, Pa., in accordance with Chester authorities.
Their human anatomy ended up being discovered 1 day after he told their roommate and boyfriend Nick McBee which he came across a guy in the homosexual dating and hookup website Adam4Adam and planned to go to him in Chester for some hours before going back house that night.
McBee, whom currently lives in Arlington, Va., told the Washington Blade that numerous press outlets that posted tales concerning the murder briefly after it happened wrongly stated that Dizdarevic came across the guy he traveled to Chester to see on Grindr, another social media hookup app.
вЂњIt had been Adam4Adam, perhaps maybe maybe not Grindr,вЂќ McBee stated.
McBee and two shared buddies associated with the few told the Blade they and DizdarevicвЂ™s family members in Kentucky are involved that a lot more than an and a half after the murder chester police donвЂ™t appear to be adequately investigating the case year.
The buddies have actually accompanied McBee in questioning a determination by Chester police while the District that is local Attorney to investigate the murder as a hate criminal activity. McBee additionally the buddies state the brutality associated with beating that disfigured DizdarevicвЂ™s face beyond recognition is an indication of a hate crime that is possible. Continue reading “Dino Dizdarevic, 25, ended up being discovered beaten and strangled to death near Philadelphia in 2014. (picture due to Facebook)”