Myuran Sukumaran

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Myuran Sukumaran (Tamil: (மயூரன் சுகுமாரன்) (born 17 April 1981 in London, England), an Australian citizen, was convicted in Indonesia for drug trafficking as a member of the Bali Nine. In 2005, Sukumaran was arrested in a room at the Melasti Hotel in Kuta together with three others. Police uncovered of heroin in a suitcase in the room. According to court testimonies of convicted drug mules, Sukumaran and Andrew Chan, were the alleged co-ringleaders of the heroin smuggling operation from Indonesia to Australia. After a criminal trial, on 14 February 2006 Sukumaran was sentenced to execution by firing squad by the Denpasar District Court.

After lodging an appeal against his sentence, Sukumaran's appeal was initially dismissed by the Bali High Court. A judicial review conducted by the Indonesian Supreme Court on 6 July 2011 confirmed the death sentence. Sukumaran is currently in Kerobokan Prison awaiting the commutation of the sentence.

Alleged trafficking conspiracy

Media reports based on the testimony of co-conspirator, Renae Lawrence, claim that she met Sukumaran, who was of Sri Lankan Tamil descent, through Andrew Chan....
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