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Petitioning Ministry of Justice Hon. Amy Adams, Minister of Justice

Bring Dad Home

Our government needs to apply for a prisoner transfer to have my Dad brought back home. This is not standard policy, but maybe if we apply it can happen! We have to try every possible option! Some other countries do this, so we have to try! My Dad does not belong there.Antony de Malmanche was arrested in Bali on December 1 2014. He was found to have an ammount of methamphetamine in a bag he was carrying. He was set up by a sophisticated online drug cartel, who have scammed him. They are still active and are still recruiting unwitting mules for their needs. My Dad was trafficked and not a trafficker. His trial in Bali was seemingly decided before it even started, but at least he was spared the death penalty. He was given 15 years in prison. He is an innocent man in poor health and his family need him home in New Zealand. An investigation is needed to find this drug cartel, the real offenders. The Indonesian government wants to fight the "war on drugs", here we have a cartel trafficking drugs through China and Australia and using innocent mules, no one can do anything or will do anything. The documentary film, Til Death Do Us Part, has given the public a small insight as to what happened over the last year. There is so much evidence to show that he is innocent and nearly nothing to say he's guilty. Please visit the facebook page, Justice for Tony de Malmanche, for more information. Feel free to ask questions. I want the world to see that my Dad is innocent and needs to be home in New Zealand. I want my Dad home. #BringDadHome
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    Hon. Amy Adams, Minister of Justice


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