Bosnian War survivor identified as victim in Walmart parking lot shooting

Bosnian War survivor identified as victim in Walmart parking lot shooting

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. — Family members gave Channel 2 Action News photos of the man shot and killed at a Gwinnett County Walmart.

Fadil Delkic, 49, was killed Sunday in the parking lot of the store on Scenic Highway in Snellville after a dispute with Troy Hunte, police said.

Hunte was charged with voluntary manslaughter.

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"Everyone just started running. People were missing their family members, some kids were crying because they didn't know where their dad was at," a witness said.

Family members said Delkic was a Bosnian refugee who survived prison during the Bosnian War in the 1990s.

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In a warrant for Hunte, a detective wrote Hunte killed Delkic under circumstances that would otherwise be murder but accused acted solely as a result of a sudden, violent, and irresistible passion resulting from serious provocation.

Channel 2's Tony Thomas reached Hunte's girlfriend by phone but she didn't want to talk about what happened.

Delkic's family insists he did nothing to provoke the attack.

Authorities said the charges could be changed but so far no one else involved has been charged.