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Svetlana, 28, who has two children and is identified only by her first name, says she was questioned for up to 10 hours a day for four weeks after she complained to the police. She is under protection and receiving medical treatment in an unnamed west European country, fearing for her life after telling the Montenegrin police that senior members of the government, judges and civil servants were complicit in the torture, rape, and abuse of herself and other east European women held as sex slaves.
All of the six people arrested as the result of her allegations, including Zoran Piperovic, the deputy chief prosecutor, have been released from custody. Western officials and aid workers say a Montenegrin promise to pursue the investigation appears to be getting nowhere.
But a recent confidential report on the case by a European government organisation said: Western embassies in Podgorica, NGOs and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe have been leaning on the government to take the case to court.
But the entourage of the prime minister, Milo Djukanovic, who is being investigated in Italy for alleged cigarette smuggling in the 90s, says that international organisations are fanning a scandal, and talk of an international conspiracy too discredit the government. I suspect [it] won't be investigated further. Svetlana is believed to have named about a dozen senior members of Mr Djukanovic's party as her "clients". She says that after three years in captivity at various places in Montenegro , where she was routinely beaten, burned, drugged, and raped, and after several attempts to escape only to be returned by the police, she escaped in October and found refuge in a women's shelter in Podgorica.
She was persuaded to go to the authorities with her allegations that judges, police officers, civil servants, and government members were heavily involved in the sex slavery. During her subsequent interrogation she tried to kill herself, went on hunger strike, and was sent to hospital and force-fed. Her sister and mother said she was unable to walk and talk after the treatment and voiced the fear that she had been drugged, the European government report says.