Britain has raised claims that Indonesian authorities mistreated a British grandmother on death row for drug trafficking, in a statement supporting her appeal which was seen Wednesday.
Convicted drug smuggler Lindsay Sandiford, waits inside a holding cell in Denpasar, Bali, January 22, 2013. Britain has raised claims that Indonesian authorities mistreated the British grandmother, who is on death row for drug trafficking, in a statement supporting her appeal.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office submitted a document in Indonesian to the Denpasar District Court citing allegations that officials had "violated Lindsay Sandiford's fundamental rights under international laws and the Indonesian constitution".
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