Prosecution clerk convicted for leaking classified info

A former clerk at the Specialised State Prosecutor's Office has been sentenced to two years in prison for leaking classified information in a case allegedly linked to a notorious Montenegrin crime syndicate. The ruling is not yet final with both the prosecution and the defence announcing appeals.

The defendant, who had access to classified information about orders for house searches and undercover surveillance measures, had been charged with twelve counts of leaking such information.

The prosecution argued that she had committed these crimes for personal gain, providing...

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