"Mangusta" was formed to follow the members of the two most powerful mafia clans in Serbia at that time - the "Skaljari" and the "Kava" clans, writes "Blic". On the recommendation of Dejan Milenkovi Bagzi, the then head of the Service for Special Investigative Methods (SSIM) of the Criminal Police Directorate, Coka Damjanovi was brought from the city police as the chief operative of the group.
Whether that will really happen is unknown for now, but these days, there are suggestions for just that - for America to be more engaged in Montenegro. According to Blic, they come from former American diplomats who, in addition to that idea, warn of "Serbian nationalism in the country", but also of Moscow's attempts to "use it to destabilize the Balkans".
As Blic writes, it is about the GPS company from Podgorica, which at the end of last year was discovered to have laundered dirty money acquired through super-fraud through phantom call centers in Belgrade. The Montenegrin media connect that company with Milo Djukanovi, the President of Montenegro, all through the controversial Belgrade lawyer Marko Vujoevi.
During the investigation into the allegations of sexual harassment of several former participants of the Petnica Research Station, the police will interrogate the former and current director, but also interview former employee S. (65), who the girls identified as an abuser between 2003 and 2014, stated "Blic".