Bali to Deport American Woman Who Killed Her Own Mother
english.jpnn.com, DENPASAR - After serving years in prison, Heather Mack, 25, who was convicted of murder, will be free from the Women's Correctional Institution (LPP) in Kerobokan, Badung, Bali, on October 29.
After being released, Mack will be immediately deported to the United States, according to head of the Bali correctional division of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, Suprapto.
"Because she is a foreigner, we will report her to immigration when she is free," Suprapto said on Thursday (21/10). "She will be picked up and transferred to the immigration office before being deported."
Head of the Bali immigration division of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, Amrizal, said Mack would be deported along with her child. His division will coordinate with the United States Embassy regarding her travel documents.
"If the tickets are ready and all kinds of needs are completed, we will return them according to schedule," said Amrizal.
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.
Heather Mack, who helped her lover kill her own mother in 2014, will be free after serving years in prison.
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