Heather Lois Mack Deported Via Special Line, FBI Sticks Closely

Wednesday, 03 November 2021 – 15:41 GMT+7
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Heather Lois Mack and her child were deported, Tuesday (2/11) night / Credit: Istimewa

"Mack was proposed to be put on a lifelong detention list. Meanwhile, her child was proposed to be put on a six-month detention list," he said.

Mack was previously found guilty of helping her boyfriend kill her biological mother, Sheila von Wiese-Mack, on August 12, 2014. The court sentenced Mack to 10 years in prison.

Her lover named Tommy Schaefer committed the murder when they were on vacation in Bali. The incident occurred at the St. Regis Hotel, Nusa Dua, Badung, Bali.

The incident was motivated by Schaefer's disappointment with the victim who did not approve of their love affair.

Mack was 18 at the time, and she was pregnant. 

The victim's body was put in a large suitcase, before being carried to the trunk of a taxi they had ordered before the murder. The two perpetrators fled through the back door of the hotel towards the beach. The taxi driver and the hotel clerk found the suitcase covered in blood and took it to the police station.

Schaefer himself was sentenced to 18 years for the premeditated murder. (bhi/mcr20/jpnn)

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The former convict of the murder of her own biological mother was finally deported to the United States.