Brazilian teen faces demise by firing squad for smuggling cocaine into Bali

Prosecutors demanded demise by firing squad final week for a Brazilian teenager who was caught with 3 kilogrammes of cocaine in her baggage upon arrival in Bali, Indonesia, in January.
According to Newsflash, prosecutors want to see 19 year outdated Manuela Vitoria de Araujo Farias executed by a firing squad for her crimes if found guilty, which is the utmost penalty for drug smuggling in Indonesia.
Indonesia is house to some of the world’s toughest drug legal guidelines and sentences. Even if Farias escaped the death penalty, she should still face life imprisonment on the small island.
The teen was arrested at Bali International Airport at 3am on January 1 having arrived on a Qatar Airways flight. She travelled through airports in Brazil and Qatar with three kilos of cocaine inside her bag.
Farias has spent the last three months in police custody in Bali awaiting trial, in the meantime prosecutors have been investigating her crimes.
Prosecutors informed the court docket last week that they want to see the maximum penalty applied because they believe that Farias was working immediately with a drug gang.
However, Farias’ lawyer Davi Lira da Silva says the teenager was tricked by people she trusted. Da Silva claims that Farias’ mom recently had a stroke and Farias’ contacts in Bali advised her that the island was house to temples the place people pray for the sick. The lawyer claims that Farias wanted to go to Bali to help find a treatment for her sick mother.
No sweat informed Farias – who bought lingerie and fragrance for a residing in Brazil – that they might pay for her to have surf lessons when she arrived, mentioned the lawyer..

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