To say that the legal system in Indonesia is extremely harsh on drug offenses is a huge understatement. An Indonesian court just sentenced a British…
Lindsay June Sandiford, 56, from Gloucestershire, England was arrested in an Indonesian airport for attempting to smuggle 10.6 pounds of cocaine, worth $2.5 millions dollars. They discovered the cocaine in the lining of her suitcase.
She maintains that she was forced to smuggle the drugs in by a gang who threatened to hurt her children. The British grandmother was sentenced to death last month but had a strong belief that she would be able to have years of appeals before she had to face a firing squad…
But RadarOnline reports, she has til February 12 to make an appeal. But she is broke and has no money so she can’t afford a lawyer. Time is running out for her to find representation in a foreign country with no money.
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