Australian woman sentenced to to twenty years in the Indonesian prison system for smuggling cannabis into Bali.
She worked at an inn while living in Omaezaki, Japan.
She has maintained since the time of her arrest that she is innocent, and that the drugs were planted in her bag.
Her father was a coal miner and her mother owned a fish and chip restaurant.
Anna Maria Bligh, Premier of Queensland, supported the idea of her serving her time in Australia rather than Indonesia.