Byron Bay mum Sara Connor reunited with her sons after being freed from Bali's Kerobokan prison

Byron Bay mum Sara Connor reunited with her sons after being freed from Bali's Kerobokan prison

A Byron Bay mum who spent nearly four years in a Bali prison within the bashing death of a police officer was reunited with her own sons.   "She had not seen her children for four decades, it was quite emotional.  Very psychological on everybody, there were plenty of tears round," Mr. McLeod said.  


Byron Bay mum Sara Connor reunited with her sons after being freed from Bali's Kerobokan prison


Ms. Connor spent nearly four decades in Denpasar's female prison following an Indonesian court ruled her then-boyfriend, British DJ David Taylor, to conquer a police officer to death in a debate.   "Her participation was only just attempting to break up the struggle," Mr McLeod said.  "She is an innocent person in the fees she went to prison for.  She is innocent."  

Obtaining the Byron Bay mommy back to Australia throughout the COVID-19 outbreak was especially challenging.  Ms. Connor's Australian passport had died and she confronted being forced to immigration detention on her release from prison, even if she could not procure a passport and flight back to Australia.  Flights in and from Indonesia are few and far between because of global travel limitations.  Ms. Connor has been forced to fly to Australia through Kuala Lumpur, then spent a fortnight in resort quarantine in Sydney.  Mr. McLeod assisted through his firm Tora Solutions to organize Ms. Connor's travel home with police, much like he did for convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby when she returned to Queensland after serving nine years in a Bali prison.  Ms. Connor's focus today is about settling back to the Australian lifestyle and spending some time with her loved ones.  "She wishes to pack lunches for your children, she would like to see them browse, she wishes to go and observe their game, and she wishes to reconnect with the community," Mr. McLeod said.  Ms. Connor does not have any contact with her former British boyfriend, who stays in jail in Indonesia serving his six-year sentence.  

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