Cook from Surgut got 17 years for smuggling hashish in Bali
Russians are pleased with the sentence
A resident of Surgut Roman Kalashnikov, who was detained in Indonesia on suspicion of drug smuggling, was sentenced to 17 years in prison.
About it the Russian has written on his page in the social network.
“Predprostor, which was announced by the Prosecutor on 10 July, was 20 years. Judges, taking into account some facts, we decided to reduce the restraint and sentenced me to 17 years of imprisonment, he said.
While Russia will not to appeal: in his words, “it could end the death penalty”, so the chances of a reduced sentence in his case very little. In addition, working with lawyers can be costly, and Roman Kalashnikov has already, by his own admission, pulled on the services of defenders 20 thousand dollars.
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“I am very happy that this trial is over and now it’s time to gather my thoughts. A big thank you to everyone who supported me, that believed me and in me… take care of yourself,” asked the novel to its subscribers.
Note Russian chef from Surgut Roman Kalashnikov was detained in April 2017 at the time of arrival on the Indonesian island of Bali. With him he had a suitcase with packages of toothpaste.Border guards discovered that instead of the pasta inside was pressed hashish. For smuggling drugs Russian was facing the death penalty.
Kalashnikov expecting a sentence of four months. During this time he managed to open in an Indonesian prison has its own restaurant.
We will remind, in India detained the largest consignment of drugs in history.