- 1 Are the Bali 9 still in jail?
- 2 When did Bali Nine happen?
- 3 Does Australia have the death penalty?
- 4 How many of the Bali Nine died?
- 5 Did the Bali 9 know each other?
- 6 When was the last execution in Indonesia?
- 7 Does Russia have death penalty?
- 8 Are drugs legal in Bali?
- 9 Can I go to Bali with a drug conviction?
Are the Bali 9 still in jail?
The three, who are jailed in Bali, are serving life sentences for their role in an ill-fated heroin-smuggling plot and unless they can win a reprieve from Indonesia’s president, will never be freed.
When did Bali Nine happen?
Capital punishment is a legal penalty in Indonesia. Although the death penalty is enforced only sometimes in grave cases of premeditated murder, it is regularly applied to some drug traffickers. Executions are carried out by firing squad.
Does Australia have the death penalty?
New South Wales abolished the death penalty for murder in 1955, and for all crimes in 1985. In 2010, the federal government passed legislation prohibiting the re-establishment of capital punishment by any state or territory. The last execution in Australia took place in 1967, when Ronald Ryan was hanged in Victoria.
How many of the Bali Nine died?
The Bali Nine ringleaders, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, were executed by firing squad in 2015. Another member of the group, Tan Duc Thanh Nguyen, died of cancer while serving a life term. The other five – Su Yi Chen, Michael Czugaj, Matthew Norman, Scott Rush and Martin Stephens – are all serving life terms.
Did the Bali 9 know each other?
Police escort Andrew Chan following his arrest in April 2005 for the Bali Nine 8.3kg drug plot. Bali Police surveillance photo of Chan and Sukumaran shows they knew each other despite later denials which infuriated judges.
When was the last execution in Indonesia?
Indonesia has observed an unofficial moratorium on the death penalty since it last carried out executions in 2016.
Does Russia have death penalty?
Capital punishment is not allowed in Russia due to a moratorium, and death sentences have not been carried out since August 2, 1996.
Are drugs legal in Bali?
Indonesia has one of the strictest anti-drug laws in the world. A person caught with drugs such as marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine or methamphetamine for personal use can be sentenced to up to four years in prison or forced rehabilitation.
Can I go to Bali with a drug conviction?
Yes he can still travel to Bali. You do not get asked about your criminal history on your incoming immigration card.