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Indonesia Executes 8 Convicts, Filipina Spared

Posted Date :   29 April 2015 03:47:40 PM  

 

Indonesia, on early Wednesday, executed seven foreign drug convicts including two Australians by firing squad but a Filipina was spared at the 11th hour, local reports said.
 
Defying a firestorm of international criticism and heartrending pleas by relatives, authorities put the seven plus a local man to death after midnight Tuesday, local time, reports said.
 
However the Filipina, Mary Jane Veloso, was spared after someone suspected of recruiting her and tricking her into carrying drugs to Indonesia turned herself in to authorities in the Philippines, MetroTV and the Jakarta Post reported.
 
Eight convicts - two Australians, one from Brazil and four from Africa, as well as the Indonesian - were put to death on the high-security prison island of Nusakambangan, the reports said.
 
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