Second man charged with Christmas Eve doorstep murder after Swedish extradition
Written by on 5 November 2020
A second man has been charged with murdering a father who was shot dead on his doorstep in London on Christmas Eve.
Tobias Fredrik Andersson, a 31-year-old Swedish national, was extradited from his home country on Wednesday over the shooting of Flamur Beqiri.
Mr Beqiri, brother of reality star Misse Beqiri, was shot multiple times by a lone attacker in front of his young child and wife at around 9pm on 24 December 2019, shortly after returning to their home in Battersea.
Andersson was due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Thursday charged with murder, police said.
Another man from Sweden, Anis Fouad Hemissi, 23, was previously charged with the murder after being extradited from Denmark in June, and is due to appear at the Old Bailey on 1 December.
Two others, both also from Sweden, aged 22 and 33, are still part of the extradition process in the Swedish judicial system, following their arrests on 8 October.
Clifford Rollex, 30, from Islington in north London, was charged with perverting the course of public justice before being bailed to appear at Wood Green Crown Court on 30 November.