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Not going to Bali

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Johnnie Moore

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Alan Singer’s highlights the plight of an Australian tourist facing the firing squad in Indonesia where the legal process appears to operate on the basis of “guilty until proved innocent”.

I don’t see why anyone would want to visit Bali after reading this. To say the very least.

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