- 1 What happened in the Bali nine case?
- 2 How did Bali 9 get executed?
- 3 How many of the Bali 9 are still alive?
- 4 Does Bali have the death sentence?
- 5 Why did Renae Lawrence get a lesser sentence?
- 6 Which Bali 9 member died of cancer?
- 7 Are all Bali 9 dead?
- 8 Does Australia have the death penalty?
- 9 How long was schapelle in jail?
- 10 Is Scott Rush still in jail?
- 11 How do Chinese execute?
- 12 Where is Matthew Norman now?
- 13 Are drugs legal in Bali?
- 14 Does Malaysia have death penalty?
- 15 Does Norway have the death penalty?
What happened in the Bali nine case?
The high-profile case began in 2005 when Indonesia caught nine Australians trying to smuggle heroin out of Bali. Renae Lawrence, 41, was freed on Wednesday after spending almost 13 years in prison. She may be the only Bali Nine member ever to be released.
How did Bali 9 get executed?
When she was arrested at Bali’s airport, she had 2.6kg of heroin strapped to her back and legs. She was sentenced to 20 years in jail, however her sentence was reduced last year. The Bali Nine ringleaders, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, were executed by firing squad in 2015.
How many of the Bali 9 are still alive?
It is more than 13 years since nine young Australians made world headlines attempting to smuggle 8.3kg of heroin strapped to their bodies out of Bali’s Denpasar airport. The remaining five are still reasonably young men: Michael Czugaj and Matthew Norman, 32, Scott Rush and Si Yi Chen, 33, and Martin Stephens, 42.
Does Bali have the death sentence?
Capital punishment is a legal penalty in Indonesia. Although the death penalty is enforced only sometimes in grave cases of premeditated murder, it is regularly applied to some drug traffickers.
Why did Renae Lawrence get a lesser sentence?
She has been released before her full term of 20 years due to Indonesia’s leniency process, where inmates are granted the opportunity to reduce their sentences twice a year during Independence Day and a religious holiday, for good behaviour, among other unclear reasons.
Which Bali 9 member died of cancer?
Tan Duc Thanh Nguyen
|Died||9 May 2018 (aged 34) Jakarta, Indonesia|
|Other names||Member of the Bali Nine|
Are all Bali 9 dead?
All of the Bali Nine were convicted of drug trafficking of heroin. On 6 April 2015, State Administrative court rejects subsequent appeal against Presidential rejection of clemency. Executed on 29 April 2015 by firing squad at Nusa Kambangan prison.
Does Australia have the death penalty?
Capital punishment in Australia was a form of punishment in Australia that has been abolished in all jurisdictions. Queensland abolished the death penalty in 1922. New South Wales abolished the death penalty for murder in 1955, and for all crimes in 1985.
How long was schapelle in jail?
She was sentenced to 20 years by the Denpasar District Court and imprisoned in Kerobokan Prison.
|Conviction(s)||Importation of marijuana (27 May 2005)|
|Criminal penalty||20 years in prison Rp 100,000,000 fine|
Is Scott Rush still in jail?
Chan and Sukumaran were executed in April 2015 by firing squad at Nusa Kambangan prison. Rush, Stephens, Norman, Czugaj and Chen are all serving life sentences.
How do Chinese execute?
In practice, China traditionally uses the firing squad as its standard method of execution. However in recent years, China has adopted lethal injection as its sole method of execution, though execution by firing squad can still be administered.
Where is Matthew Norman now?
My name is Matthew Norman and I am currently serving a life sentence in Indonesia’s Kerobokan prison in Bali for a drug case. I was arrested on the 17th of April 2005 with four other people inside a hotel in possession of 317 grams of heroin. Five others were arrested in Bali’s airport with 10kg of heroin.
Are drugs legal in Bali?
Indonesia has one of the strictest anti- drug laws in the world. A person caught with drugs such as marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine or methamphetamine for personal use can be sentenced to up to four years in prison or forced rehabilitation.
Does Malaysia have death penalty?
Current Status of the Death Penalty in Malaysia The death penalty is currently retained for 33 offences in Malaysia, including 12 for which it is the mandatory punishment, and in recent years has been used mostly for murder and drug trafficking.
Does Norway have the death penalty?
The capital punishment was fully abolished in Norway in 1979 and its abolitionist status was enshrined in the Constitution in 2014.