New Zealander in Bali could face death penalty over drug bust

Summary by Ground News
A 42-year-old New Zealander is accused of drug possession in Bali. He is believed to have received a suspicious package from a friend in Canada. The package was allegedly revealed to contain about 3 grams of cocaine, almost 2g of MDMA, and 1.7g of methamphetamine. Under Indonesia's anti-narcotics law, he may face at least four years behind bars or even the harshest sentence.
2 months ago·New Zealand

News Articles

More Filters
All
Left
Center
Right

New Zealander in Bali could face death penalty over drug bust

According to local media, the male accused was posted a "birthday" package alleged to contain cocaine, MDMA and methamphetamine.

2 months ago·New Zealand
Read Full Article

New Zealander in Bali could face the death penalty

A New Zealander accused of possessing drugs in Bali could be imprisoned or even receive the death penalty if he is found guilty.

2 months ago·New Zealand
Read Full Article
Think freely.Subscribe and get full access to Ground NewsSubscriptions start at $9.99/yearSubscribe

Bias Distribution

100% of the sources lean Left
Stuff
L 100%
See less detail