Page 4 of 10 FirstFirst 12345678910 LastLast
Results 76 to 100 of 250

Thread: Bali Nine

  1. #76
    Thailand Expat brettandlek's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Last Online
    14-12-2016 @ 10:49 AM
    Location
    Melbourne, Australia
    Posts
    1,443
    Quote Originally Posted by The Bold Rodney View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brettandlek
    In his six years in prison Rush has battled deep depression and behaved erratically, including a flirtation with Islam that included his circumcision in a clandestine ceremony organised by some Muslim prisoners.
    Should have topped this idiot for sure instead they gave him an extended holiday.


    Quote Originally Posted by brettandlek
    Wonder if he has night mares thinking about peoples lives he probably previously contributed towards fukking up and would have fukked up had he got through.
    I'm sure that thought has never crossed mind for one split second, you selfish c*nts like him only think of one person...themselves!
    I am sure you meant "Selfish cunts like him only think of one person"

  2. #77
    Thailand Expat
    bobo746's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 11:44 AM
    Location
    Brisbane
    Posts
    13,826
    Bali Nine lifer Scott Rush plans jailhouse wedding with Karen Hermiz

    TWO weeks after learning he had been released from death row, Bali Nine heroin courier Scott Rush is in love and it is rumoured he wants to marry his girlfriend in jail. American woman Karen Hermiz has been visiting Rush daily, often coming with his father Lee Rush.
    Ms Hermiz was in Bali two weeks ago when the young Brisbane man learned he had won his last-ditch appeal and his sentence was reduced to life.
    The pair are regulars in Kerobokan jail's crowded visiting room, cuddling and kissing, prisoners and visitors say.
    Ms Hermiz first met Rush as part of a charity group that regularly conducts workshops, educational courses and charity work within the jail.
    Guards then discovered she and Rush cuddling and becoming intimate, against regulations, and reported it to the security chief who has banned her from visiting with the charity group.
    She is now restricted to the public visiting area.
    Ms Hermiz often drops by twice in one day during the morning visiting session from 9am to 12 noon and again in the afternoon, from 1-3pm
    Yesterday she was there in the morning with Lee Rush, and then alone in the afternoon.Approached outside the jail by The Courier-Mail late yesterday, Ms Hermiz refused to comment on her relationship, saying, "no no no".
    It is understood that the couple met last year when Rush was on death row and that she has come back for a month's holiday. Her trip coincided with his appeal decision.
    Kerobokan jail is awash with rumours that Rush and Ms Hermiz want to get married.
    Jail bosses, prisoners and visitors all say they have heard the rumour and that the guards are teasing the couple about it.
    The jail's security chief, Ari Yudo, said yesterday he had heard that the pair wanted to marry but he wouldn't be allowing it just yet.
    Mr Yudo said there had been an incident involving the two lovebirds inside the jail.
    Yesterday Mr Yudo said he had heard that Rush wanted to get married inside the jail but that he had vetoed the plan at this stage.
    "I will not allow him (to marry) as long as he has childish and bad behaviour."
    In 2008 Rush had a relationship with Melbourne woman Laura Pemberton.
    The couple met while Ms Pemberton was on holiday in Bali and decided to visit the jail. But the relationship ended.
    It would not be the first Bali Nine wedding behind bars.
    Last month fellow courier Martin Stephens married his Indonesian sweetheart Christine Puspayanti in a Christian service, with the couple wearing traditional Javanese wedding attire.
    It is understood that Rush has sought Stephens' advice on the process involved in arranging a wedding behind bars.



  3. #78
    sabaii sabaii
    Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by brettandlek
    am sure you meant "Selfish cunts like him only think of one person"
    The twat Rodney vs The World, I'm afraid

  4. #79
    Thailand Expat brettandlek's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Last Online
    14-12-2016 @ 10:49 AM
    Location
    Melbourne, Australia
    Posts
    1,443
    Quote Originally Posted by bobo746 View Post
    Bali Nine lifer Scott Rush plans jailhouse wedding with Karen Hermiz

    TWO weeks after learning he had been released from death row, Bali Nine heroin courier Scott Rush is in love and it is rumoured he wants to marry his girlfriend in jail. American woman Karen Hermiz has been visiting Rush daily, often coming with his father Lee Rush.
    Ms Hermiz was in Bali two weeks ago when the young Brisbane man learned he had won his last-ditch appeal and his sentence was reduced to life.
    The pair are regulars in Kerobokan jail's crowded visiting room, cuddling and kissing, prisoners and visitors say.
    Ms Hermiz first met Rush as part of a charity group that regularly conducts workshops, educational courses and charity work within the jail.
    Guards then discovered she and Rush cuddling and becoming intimate, against regulations, and reported it to the security chief who has banned her from visiting with the charity group.
    She is now restricted to the public visiting area.
    Ms Hermiz often drops by twice in one day during the morning visiting session from 9am to 12 noon and again in the afternoon, from 1-3pm
    Yesterday she was there in the morning with Lee Rush, and then alone in the afternoon.Approached outside the jail by The Courier-Mail late yesterday, Ms Hermiz refused to comment on her relationship, saying, "no no no".
    It is understood that the couple met last year when Rush was on death row and that she has come back for a month's holiday. Her trip coincided with his appeal decision.
    Kerobokan jail is awash with rumours that Rush and Ms Hermiz want to get married.
    Jail bosses, prisoners and visitors all say they have heard the rumour and that the guards are teasing the couple about it.
    The jail's security chief, Ari Yudo, said yesterday he had heard that the pair wanted to marry but he wouldn't be allowing it just yet.
    Mr Yudo said there had been an incident involving the two lovebirds inside the jail.
    Yesterday Mr Yudo said he had heard that Rush wanted to get married inside the jail but that he had vetoed the plan at this stage.
    "I will not allow him (to marry) as long as he has childish and bad behaviour."
    In 2008 Rush had a relationship with Melbourne woman Laura Pemberton.
    The couple met while Ms Pemberton was on holiday in Bali and decided to visit the jail. But the relationship ended.
    It would not be the first Bali Nine wedding behind bars.
    Last month fellow courier Martin Stephens married his Indonesian sweetheart Christine Puspayanti in a Christian service, with the couple wearing traditional Javanese wedding attire.
    It is understood that Rush has sought Stephens' advice on the process involved in arranging a wedding behind bars.


    Firey Fanta Pants, look to me like she'd suck start a harley.
    Reckon I would give it a stir.

  5. #80
    Thailand Expat brettandlek's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Last Online
    14-12-2016 @ 10:49 AM
    Location
    Melbourne, Australia
    Posts
    1,443
    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brettandlek
    am sure you meant "Selfish cunts like him only think of one person"
    The twat Rodney vs The World, I'm afraid
    Shit happens.

  6. #81
    IV
    Wally Dorian Raffles's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 11:04 AM
    Location
    Location: Location: Three sausages went to the station, and wound up at immigration!
    Posts
    5,484
    why do these morons who manage to get locked up for life always have women lining up to marry them??

    bladdy wierd...

  7. #82
    Thailand Expat
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Last Online
    @
    Posts
    3,600
    ^
    she's from a 'charity group' !!
    "giving it away"

    _____________________________

    From drug courier to devoted husband, a jailhouse fairytale
    Steve Pennells
    May 29, 2011


    For better or worse ... Christine Puspayanti enjoys some close contact with her husband Martin Stephens in Kerobokan prison.

    Several of the Bali Nine have found true love and redemption in jail, writes Steve Pennells in Denpasar.
    RAIN buckets down on the tin roof of Kerobokan prison's visiting area, a courtyard about half the size of a basketball court.
    An hour into visiting time the jail's most famous inmate, Schapelle Corby, is sitting cross-legged on the ground, cuddling and kissing her Indonesian boyfriend, a former prisoner she met inside.
    Other couples are also making the most of the full-contact visits, which sometimes go further than the guards would like.
    Advertisement: Story continues below
    In the old days, they could have paid off a guard for a few minutes of privacy in a nearby room, sharing it with other frisky couples.
    But since the new-broom governor, Mr Siswanto, took over, conjugal favours are not so easy to come by.
    He has warned that anyone caught trying to have sex will be denied visitors for a month.
    Scott Rush, the youngest member of the Bali Nine, is sailing perilously close. His American girlfriend, Karen Hermiz, is straddling him, seemingly oblivious to the children and other inmates around them.
    They've crossed the line before. Ms Hermiz was banned from visiting with a charity group after the pair were caught taking that access one step too far. It is the kind of behaviour that got Rush moved from the Kerobokan water tower - the former home of the Bali bombers that now houses Rush's fellow drug smugglers, minus Renae Lawrence - and an admonition from the security chief for being ''childish''.

    more

  8. #83
    R.I.P.
    patsycat's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Last Online
    08-11-2017 @ 09:54 PM
    Location
    Geneva
    Posts
    7,393
    I'd rather spend a day in a Dog Rescue place than canoodle with a convicted drug smuggler.

    Especially one who had self circumsised himself....

    Imagine the conversation..... How's your willy? etc.

  9. #84
    Thailand Expat brettandlek's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Last Online
    14-12-2016 @ 10:49 AM
    Location
    Melbourne, Australia
    Posts
    1,443
    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat View Post
    I'd rather spend a day in a Dog Rescue place than canoodle with a convicted drug smuggler.

    Especially one who had self circumsised himself....

    Imagine the conversation..... How's your willy? etc.
    I have a friend who developed a spot on his calamari and he had to be circumcised at 44 years old, oh the pain, the pain.

  10. #85
    Thailand Expat
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Last Online
    @
    Posts
    60,018
    The jail's security chief, Ari Yudo, said yesterday he had heard that the pair wanted to marry but he wouldn't be allowing it just yet.

    "I will not allow him (to marry) as long as he has childish and bad behaviour."
    WTF ???

  11. #86
    En route
    Cujo's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 08:00 PM
    Location
    Reality.
    Posts
    26,451
    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat View Post
    I'd rather spend a day in a Dog Rescue place than canoodle with a convicted drug smuggler.
    Well aren't you the self righteous little kunt?

  12. #87
    I am in Jail
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Last Online
    22-10-2011 @ 02:56 PM
    Location
    Republic of the Union of Myanmar
    Posts
    3,081
    Quote Originally Posted by brettandlek
    I'm sure that thought has never crossed mind for one split second, selfish c*nts like him only think of one person...themselves!

    Hang on a sec, "You selfish c*nts like him?" Who are you referring to?
    Edited the typo and certainly wasn't meant for anyone here on TD...well maybe I was subconsciously thinking of that "happy happy" wanker who posts occasionally?

  13. #88
    Thailand Expat brettandlek's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Last Online
    14-12-2016 @ 10:49 AM
    Location
    Melbourne, Australia
    Posts
    1,443
    Quote Originally Posted by The Bold Rodney View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brettandlek
    I'm sure that thought has never crossed mind for one split second, selfish c*nts like him only think of one person...themselves!

    Hang on a sec, "You selfish c*nts like him?" Who are you referring to?
    Edited the typo and certainly wasn't meant for anyone here on TD...well maybe I was subconsciously thinking of that "happy happy" wanker who posts occasionally?
    555 Even though I am an Aussie.

  14. #89
    R.I.P.
    patsycat's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Last Online
    08-11-2017 @ 09:54 PM
    Location
    Geneva
    Posts
    7,393
    I've been called worse.

    And survived. But never ever use the k word round my way...!!!!!

    That was in response to Koogie.

    Perhaps what i said was a bit bad.

    But shit, what woman in their right mind would marry a guy who is in jail for years and years and years.

    I do not see the point in it. Which is why i would rather visit a dog rescue place where I am assured that i can return the next day to visit the poor buggers who are there and need help.

    Not some prancing around Aussie in a Bali jail.

    Am I going to be bitten on the bottom for that comment....

    Oh marry me i love you - my arse, these guys think if they get married they will get time off.
    Last edited by patsycat; 03-06-2011 at 04:24 AM.

  15. #90
    R.I.P.
    patsycat's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Last Online
    08-11-2017 @ 09:54 PM
    Location
    Geneva
    Posts
    7,393
    In fact. are there any of them left to marry? I have a friend of a friend who may be interested..

  16. #91
    Mid
    Mid is offline
    Thailand Expat
    Mid's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Last Online
    @
    Posts
    1,415
    Bali Nine's Andrew Chan loses final appeal
    Fri Jun 17 2011

    It is understood Chan's lawyers are preparing to inform the 27-year-old of the decision.

    His Indonesian lawyer, Todung Mulya Lubis, said he was yet to read the official judgment.

    "We haven't read the actual decision yet, I just read it on the website," he told AAP.

    "I'm still shocked with this decision. Legal efforts have been finished".

    Chan will now have to rely on Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono granting him clemency if he is to have any hope of escaping the firing squad.

    The decision on Sukumaran's judicial review has not been announced.

    news.ninemsn.com.au

  17. #92
    Banned
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Last Online
    30-01-2013 @ 09:22 AM
    Posts
    10,902
    Quote Originally Posted by Wally Dorian Raffles View Post
    why do these morons who manage to get locked up for life always have women lining up to marry them??

    bladdy wierd...

  18. #93
    Thailand Expat
    bobo746's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 11:44 AM
    Location
    Brisbane
    Posts
    13,826
    Indonesian president cruels chances of clemency

    THE prospects of Australian drug traffickers Schapelle Corby and Andrew Chan successfully appealing to Indonesia's President for clemency have been dealt a blow with Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono saying he gets plenty of requests from foreigners but rejects ''almost'' all of them.
    ''I often receive requests from many countries, be they directly or indirectly [communicated], be they written or not written,'' Dr Yudhoyono said in a televised speech yesterday morning.
    ''My answer is that law is supreme above everything else. I turn down almost all requests of pardon and acquittal from the death sentence.
    Advertisement: Story continues below
    ''It is for the sake of justice. Our fellow countrymen get death sentence for heavy crimes. Why would we then grant a pardon for foreign nationals?''
    Corby, serving a 20-year term for smuggling cannabis into Indonesia, lodged her clemency request almost a year ago. While a panel of Supreme Court judges, which first considered the request, recommended her sentence be cut to 10 years, it will be the Indonesian leader who makes the final decision.
    Chan, an organiser of a heroin trafficking ring, had his death sentence confirmed last week. His legal team has foreshadowed an appeal to Dr Yudhoyono, Chan's last chance to avoid an appointment with a firing squad.
    Another Australian, Chan's fellow heroin trafficker Myuran Sukumaran, is waiting on the outcome of his final legal appeal against the death penalty. If it fails, he will also plead for a presidential pardon.
    Dr Yudhoyono was speaking after an Indonesian maid, Ruyati binti Sapubi, 54, was executed at the weekend in Saudi Arabia, after being convicted of murdering her Saudi employer.
    Her beheading sparked outrage in Indonesia, prompting the recall of its ambassador, who was not informed that the execution was imminent. Indonesia has since announced it will ban all its migrant workers from going to Saudi Arabia from August

    There are an estimated 300 Indonesians on death row around the world.
    The Indonesian Foreign Minister, Marty Natalegawa, has been agitating for clemency for all of them, and the Indonesian government has paid 2 million riyals ($503,000) in ''blood money'' to a Saudi family so they will agree to spare another Indonesian maid from execution.
    The maid, Darsem, said she killed her employer in self defence after he tried to rape her.
    Dr Yudhoyono warned Indonesians to heed the law overseas. ''The same thing I ask to foreign nationals who live in Indonesia,'' he said. ''It is mandatory for them to also understand and obey by the system and legal practices applied in our country.''
    There are more than 100 people on death row in Indonesia, but there have been no executions for 2 years.

  19. #94
    Mid
    Mid is offline
    Thailand Expat
    Mid's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Last Online
    @
    Posts
    1,415
    Mother of Bali Nine ringleader makes plea
    17 July 2011

    The mother of the Bali Nine ringleader Myuran Sukumaran has asked the Indonesian president to give her son a "second chance".

    The Indonesian Supreme Court this month rejected Sukumaran's final appeal against his death sentence for his part in the 2005 plot to smuggle more than eight kilograms of heroin from Bali to Australia.

    Sukumaran was the last of the Bali Nine with an appeal pending, and like fellow member Andrew Chan, must now rely on clemency from Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono if he is to avoid a firing squad.

    "President please, please give my son a second chance," Rajini Sukumaran told SBS's Dateline.

    Reporter Mark Davis who conducted the interview, which is to be aired on Sunday night, followed Ms Sukumaran as she travelled to Bali to see her son for the first time since his appeal was rejected.

    Ms Sukumaran said she hopes he will get a second chance.

    "He has done a lot of good things in the prison to help a lot of people inside, and I'd ask the president to give him a second chance," she told Dateline.

    Ms Sukumaran said she felt shocked when her son's appeal was denied.

    "Myuran's doing well in the prison and we thought everything was going to be alright.

    "I feel like something has been taken off me. I feel really lost. I don't know what to think anymore."

    Sukumaran's sister Brintha said she doesn't think Australians understand what her brother is facing.

    "I think because of the way it's been played out in the media, it's almost like, just a story, an ongoing story and it's never really going to end because something's always happening," she told Dateline.

    "I don't think they realise that it might actually end one day, and that will be him being executed."

    sbs.com.au

  20. #95
    Thailand Expat
    Bower's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Last Online
    09-06-2018 @ 05:06 PM
    Location
    South coast UK
    Posts
    3,013
    I feel for any parent in this situation but her son was dealing in death sentences and now hes got one.

  21. #96
    Thailand Expat terry57's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Last Online
    16-06-2018 @ 01:19 PM
    Posts
    25,743
    I'm a friggin hard bastard when it comes to this shite but I reckon if they do 7 years hard time in Bail's main jail then they've served there time and let them go on there way except for the ring leaders who have earned the death penalty and who gives a fuk about them.

    I reckon 7 years in Bali's Jail is equal to 14 years in an Australian Jail.

    If Corby get out tomorrow her life is over as she has aged and will end up as her mother, that being an ugly fat Aussie slapper and forever attached by association to drugs.

    Dumb tosser should of just pulled her bongs in Australia were no one gives a flying fuk.

    Friggin scum through and through and a very nasty family indeed.
    Stroller is a Yerman faggot.

  22. #97
    Thailand Expat terry57's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Last Online
    16-06-2018 @ 01:19 PM
    Posts
    25,743
    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat View Post

    I'd rather spend a day in a Dog Rescue place than canoodle with a convicted drug smuggler.

    Fair comment Patsy and the only people that would disagree are the ones who's own sperm are convicted drug smugglers.

    I mean no one gives a flying fuk if some dude is banging down a few Bongs in his lounge room but smuggling a shit load off smack through Bali airport is another thing all together.

    Fuk the do gooders and there bleeding hearts, lets look at the real picture.

  23. #98
    Thailand Expat
    bobo746's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 11:44 AM
    Location
    Brisbane
    Posts
    13,826
    Corby gets five-month sentence cut

    Schapelle Corby has had her sentence reduced further, an Indonesian prison official says.
    It had been expected that Corby and the Bali Nine's Renae Lawrence would be granted remissions on Wednesday to coincide with Indonesia's Independence Day, with the announcement to be made during celebrations at Kerobokan Prison in Bali.
    Corby and Lawrence had their sentences reduced by five and six months respectively, Kerobokan's governor, Siswanto, told AFP.
    "The official letter has not been handed out due to a technical matter but it's confirmed that Corby and Renae receive sentence cuts," he said.
    Their sentences were reduced by similar amounts on Independence Day last year, and by 45 days at Christmas.
    It's the fifth time Corby and sixth time Renae have received sentence reductions, Siswanto said, adding the cuts total 22 months for Corby and 29 months for Lawrence.
    Corby, 34, from the Gold Coast, remained holed up in her cell on Wednesday as other inmates took part in Independence Day celebrations, including Lawrence who put on a positive face despite still facing at least 12 years behind bars.
    "Everything is good," Lawrence said as she walked from her cell to the prison yard.
    Lawrence, 33, from Newcastle, NSW, was sentenced to life for her part in the 2005 plot to smuggle more than eight kilos of heroin from Bali to Australia but has so far had more than two years shaved from her term.
    Corby, who was sentenced to 20 years in jail after she was caught at Bali's international airport in 2004 with 4.1kg of marijuana in her bodyboard bag, has another 11 years to serve after having already had her prison term cut by almost two years.
    However, both women could be released sooner if granted parole for which they would be eligible after serving at least two thirds of their original sentences.

  24. #99
    Thailand Expat
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Last Online
    @
    Posts
    60,018
    Bali Drug-Smuggler Rush Spared Death Penalty:
    LawyerMay 10, 2011
    JAKARTA

    Australian drug-smuggler Scott Rush, one of a gang known as the Bali Nine, has won an appeal against his death sentence, his lawyer said on Tuesday.

    “His judicial review has been accepted by the Supreme Court. His death penalty has been annulled and the sentence has been changed to life,” Frans Hendra Winata said.

    Rush, 25, was among nine other Australians arrested in 2005 trying to smuggle 8.3 kilograms of heroin out of Bali to Australia. Two other members of the gang, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, are awaiting decisions in their final appeal of their death sentences.

    A spokesman for the Supreme Court was unable to confirm that Rush’s appeal had been successful.

    “I don’t know yet about that,” spokesman Djoko Sarwoko said.

    Bali Drug-Smuggler Rush Spared Death Penalty: Lawyer

  25. #100
    Thailand Expat
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Last Online
    @
    Posts
    60,018
    Death-Row Chan Loses Final AppealJune 17, 2011
    JAKARTA

    Australian drug smuggler sentenced to death in Bali has lost his appeal against the punishment, his lawyer said on Friday.

    Andrew Chan learned of the decision when the Supreme Court posted its ruling, dated May 11, on its website, lawyer Todung Mulya Lubis.

    “We just found out today that Andrew Chan’s judicial review has been rejected,” he said.

    He said he did not know the grounds for the rejection or why it took five weeks for Chan, 27, to become aware of his fate.

    “I’m very disappointed about this decision because I don’t think Andrew deserves the death penalty. I’m very sad,” he said.

    It was not clear if Chan would be able to seek any further judicial review of his sentence, his lawyer said.

    Chan was a member of the so-called Bali Nine drug gang that attempted to smuggle eight kilograms of heroin into Australia from the Indonesian resort island of Bali in 2005.

    Another member of the gang who is facing the firing squad, Myuran Sukumaran, also has an appeal pending.

    A third member, Scott Rush, won an appeal against his death sentence last month, and is now serving life in jail.

    Six other gang members are serving lengthy jail sentences.

    Death-Row Chan Loses Final Appeal

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •