Editor placed under house arrest for threatning PM

The Belgrade High Court replaced detention by house arrest with an electronic bracelet for Tabloid magazine editor Milan Mladenovic.

Source: Tanjug

The 52-year-old is suspected of having used social networks to voice threats against Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and certain ministers.

The Criminal Pre-Trial Chamber pronounced a ban on Mladenovic using internet for the duration of the house arrest measure, the High Court stated in a release.

Mladenovic was arrested on August 18 together with Belgrade lawyer Dejan Krstic, aged 44, who is suspected of the same criminal act, but he was soon thereon released pending trial.

They are suspected of having committed the criminal act of jeopardizing security.

According to a release issued at the time, in the house search action the police temporarily seized computer equipment used to voice threats via social networks.


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