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Pajic, formerly of Lalor, pleaded guilty to a charge of detaining the woman by force with the intention of taking part in an act of sexual penetration.

The purpose of this website/ information is to promote public awareness/ protection,help prevent you and those close to you from the potential dangers posed by individuals who have committed sex offences in the past and to deter sex offenders from offending/ re-offending.Any criminal actions taken by persons against the offenders named within this site, may result in arrest and prosecution of those persons.As she stood on the steps of the County Court in Melbourne with her two daughters, she said she had been victimised through the lengthy legal proceedings. She said she was forced to reveal her medical records in the initial trial, which she told the judge was "morally wrong", but she was prepared to do whatever it took ensure justice."I believe there should be a blanket approach to prohibiting access to health professionals' files as the defence should not be able to use this private confidential information against victims [and] survivors in court," she said.Ms Gwynn said Pajic was bullied at school and repeatedly assaulted in prison where he underwent programs, including one for sex offenders, but had not started any on parole.

She said he found the transition to parole difficult and had attended appointments, but the day of the offence was the first he had been alone since his release.

Pleaded guilty to various charges including-false imprisonment/ aggravated rape/ common assault/ indecent assault/ intentionally causing serious injury. On Padjasek, with the help of his co-offenders, threw his victim into a "sludge pit", in an old garage, where she was held captive for 9.5 hrs.

He bashed her/ burnt cigarettes into her face/ urinated on her/ raped her/ leaving her unconscious on the floor....

News (3-5-2011)- "Rapist to spend five years behind bars" A man who tried to drag a woman into a car from a suburban street in broad daylight a month after being paroled for rape was today jailed by a Melbourne judge.

The County Court heard last month that Goran Pajic, 35, was jailed in 2005 for a maximum of seven years for offences against a woman he grabbed and raped twice in bushes in a public area.

Judge Gamble said Pajic had demonstrated some capacity for remorse but his prospects for rehabilitation were fairly limited.