Thursday, February 5, 2015

About the dead execution of the Bali Nine group

Bali Nine is the name given by the media to nine Australians were arrested on 17 April 2005 in Bali Indonesia , in an attempt to smuggle 8.2 kilograms of heroin from Indonesia to Australia . Bali Nine members of the group are:

  1. Andrew Chan (the police regard it as a "godfather" in the Bali Nine group.
  2. Myuran Sukumaran
  3. Si Yi Chen
  4. Michael Czugaj
  5. Renae Lawrence
  6. Tach Duc Thanh Nguyen
  7. Matthew Norman
  8. Scott Rush
  9. Martin Stephens 

Four members of the Bali Nine, Czugaj, Rush, Stephens, and Lawrence, was arrested at Ngurah Rai Airport while boarding a plane Australian destination. They brought heroin mounted on the body. Andrew Chan was arrested in a separate plane when they want to leave, but in itself is not found drugs. Nguyen, Sukumaran, Chen and Norman was arrested at the Melasti Hotel in Kuta for storing heroin weighing 350g and other items that indicate their involvement in drug smuggling attempt.

On February 13, 2006, the Denpasar District Court give punishment to Lawrence, Rush, Czugaj and Stephens to life imprisonment. Sukumaran and Chan, the two figures are considered to play an important role in this case, sentenced to death. On February 15, Nguyen, Chen, and Norman was also sentenced to life imprisonment by the judges.

On 26 April 2006, sentenced Lawrence, Nguyen, Chen, Czugaj and Norman was reduced to 20 years in prison by the appeal, while a life sentence Stephens survive.

On 6 September 2006, the Supreme Court has granted the appeal filed Attorney General. Czugac penalty changed to life imprisonment, while the punishment Lawrence, Rush, Nguyen, Chen, and Norman became a death sentence. Chan and Sukumaran still executed, and Stephens remained sentenced to life imprisonment.

On January 13, 2011, the Supreme Court rejected the extraordinary penalty Reconsideration filed by Stephens, so the decision is returned back to the Denpasar District Court's decision that a life sentence.

Attorney General declared the execution of two Australian citizens, known as the Bali Nine members of the group waiting for the determination of time and place. Two sentenced to death members of the Bali Nine, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, until now still being held in prison Krobokan, Bali. Clemency petition filed by Andrew Chan, was rejected by President Joko Widodo.

Attorney General rejected the submission Reconsideration two death row narcotics, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukuraman. Ministry of Justice and Human Rights has been prepared when reclaiming the site of execution.

Director General of Corrections Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, Handoyo Sudrajat, said readiness if the members of the Bali nine death sentences carried out in reclaiming. Because the execution is not the first time held in reclaiming.

Indonesian Ambassador to Australia said the Australian Government remains lobbying with the Government of Indonesia-related executions to be carried Attorney General against two members of the Bali Nine, Myuran Syukumaran and Andrew Chan.

Bali Governor I Made Pastika refused if the execution of two persons of the Group carried out in Bali Bali Nine. The reason, Bali must remain harmonious, stay safe and keep peace because if the execution is done in Bali will affect people's views of Bali.