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Tan Duc Thanh Nguyen Campaign Information
Name: Tan Duc Thanh Nguyen

Born: 30 October 1983

Nationality: Australian

Sentence: Life Sentence

Offence: Arrested on April 17, 2005 and found guilty of attempting to import heroin from Indonesia to Australia.

Case Info: Nguyen was arrested in Indonesia on April 17, 2005 along with eight other Australians now known as the 'Bali 9'. He was intially sentenced on 15 February 2006 to Life imprisonment.


 
Traffick Drugs = the rest of your life in jail or a firing squad. 

How you can Help: Thanh Nguyen would very much welcome letters of support and care packages. If you feel inclined to write then please do at the address below. Normal sized letters and care packages can be sent directly to the prison.

    LPM Kerobokan
    Thanh Nguyen [Australian]
    Jl. Tangkuban Perahu
    Kerobokan, Denpasar 80117
    Bali, INDONESIA
Visitation:

Prisoners in Kerobokan are allowed visitors everyday except on Sunday. Most love to have a visit from somebody who can look beyond their situation and see them as real human beings. Life in an Asian prison is difficult, and more so when you have no one to help you with even the most basic needs.

Tips on visiting at Kerobokan

If you plan to go to Bali and want a reliable taxi driver who is well known to FPSS and takes very good care of foreigners travelling to Bali, then consider calling Simon on mobile phone number 0817367301 or to arrange prior from mobile in your country (+ 62 817367301). Simon works for the Blue Bird Taxi Group [Call 0361701111] which is considered the safest and most reliable taxi service in Bali.

Best to establish contact with Thanh BEFORE you attempt to visit him!


GOVERNMENT ENQUIRIES
Australian Consulate-General
Jalan Hayam Wuruk No 88B
Tanjung Bungkak
Denpasar, Bali 80234.
Email (general enquiries): bali.congen@dfat.gov.au

Office hours: 0800-1200 and 1245-1600 Monday-Friday.
Postal address - PO Box 3243, Denpasar Bali
Telephone - (+62 361) 283011 or 283241

The Australian Government http://www.australia.gov.au/

Please note: e-mail correspondence should include your postal address. Responses will not be made via e-mail.

The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
8 Darwin Avenue
Yarralumla, ACT 2600
AUSTRALIA
Phone : (+61 2) 6250 8600
Fax : (+61 2) 6273 6017

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