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The two organisers of a criminal group which was preparing terrorist attacks in Montenegro, Aleksandar Sindjelic and Bratislav Dikic, were questioned during the previous two days within the investigation into the planned bloodshed on 16 October in Podgorica, Pobjeda newspaper learned from several sources close to the investigation.
Dikic was heard two days ago in the prosecutor’s office and Sindjelic yesterday in detention prison in Spuz. The hearing of former members of Serbian military and paramilitary groups and former prisoner from Nis, Aleksandar Sindjelic, lasted several hours. Sindjelic was also questioned the day before, which confirms his willingness to cooperate with the prosecutors and the possibility of a plea bargain.
According to Pobjeda, Sindjelic told the investigators the names of persons from Montenegro and Serbia who were involved in the preparation of bloodshed on 16 October.
During the several hour long hearing, Sindjelic revealed details on the preparations for the terrorist operation, upon whose orders he was engaged and how many people he recruited for the criminal organisation which was supposed to permanently destabilise Montenegro. According to Pobjeda, he also revealed details about getting weapons and making contacts with Russian nationalists, who were the organisers of the operation. Sindjelic also spoke to investigators about his contacts with Dikic and other members of the criminal group.
Bearing in mind how many times Sindjelic gave a statement to the prosecutor, apparently he is a figure of particular importance for the indictment.
Special Prosecutor Sasa Cadjenovic questioned the former head of the gendarmerie Bratislav Dikic several times about his relations with people who are suspected of being members of his and Sidjelic’s organisation.
Investigators charge Sindjelic and Dikic that they, along with 13 persons, developed a scheme with clear roles and tasks for causing riots and “conquering” the Montenegrin institutions when people gather in front of the Parliament after closing polling stations on 16 October.
In addition to Dikic and Sindjelic, the following people have been remanded in prison: Hristic Kristina (39) from Paracin, Branko Milic (61) from Novi Sad, Milan Dusic (59) dubbed Paki or Rat and Dragan Maksic (50) called Max from Belgrade, Srboljub Djordjevic (52) from Grocka, Aleksandar Curovic (33), Aleksandar Aleksic (42), Nikola Djuric (34), Sinisa Cetkovic (37), Dejan Stanojevic called Gorilla (42), Milos Acimovic (26), Ivica Matic (36) and Perica Andric (39), all from Sabac.
Source: Cafe Del Montenegro