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Released 'Bali Nine' drug-smuggler returns home to more legal woes

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Why did the woman get a much lighter sentence than the other eight? Looks like Indonesia is following the Australian model of unequal gender justice.

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cla68Today 10:16 am JST

Why did the woman get a much lighter sentence than the other eight? Looks like Indonesia is following the Australian model of unequal gender justice.

"prosecutors requested a lighter 20-year sentence due to her early cooperation with police"

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EppeeToday 01:58 pm JST

cla68Today 10:16 am JST

Why did the woman get a much lighter sentence than the other eight? Looks like Indonesia is following the Australian model of unequal gender justice.

"prosecutors requested a lighter 20-year sentence due to her early cooperation with police"

Basically she sold out the others to save her self

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Why did the woman get a much lighter sentence than the other eight? Looks like Indonesia is following the Australian model of unequal gender justice.

Let me guess, you have an issue with the metoo movement and women in general, right?

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