Ms Gwynn said he had acted spontaneously and opportunistically with the woman and had not disguised himself or used an unidentifiable car.
Judge Gamble today told Pajic, who has a long history of depression and trauma with low intellect, that he was a vulnerable prisoner and would serve his sentence in protective custody.
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....
Prosecutor Neill Hutton said she kept walking and felt increasingly uncomfortable as Pajic pulled over twice more before he walked into a house and then quickly reappeared and stood directly in front of her. I need to go." Pajic remained in front her, blocked her path, repeating he wanted to talk to her and leaning right into her face before grabbing her arm and pulling her across the road to his car.
Mr Hutton said he told her he wanted to talk and had something to tell her before she told him: "Please leave me alone. Mr Hutton said the woman screamed for help until Pajic let go and drove away but the woman memorised his registration and dialled 000 before he was arrested that night.
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Goran Pajic/ Repeat Offender - 2011/ pleaded guilty to a charge of detaining a woman by force with the intention of taking part in an act of sexual penetration..
Prior-jailed in 2005 for a maximum of 7 yrs for offences against a woman he grabbed and raped twice in bushes.
Laurence Stewart Page has been charged with breaking into the motel room where the girl was sleeping with nine classmates and raping her before stealing her wallet.
The 45-year-old, who is facing similar charges in northern New South Wales, will reappear in court next week.