Sara Connor lands in Australia after four years in Bali jail over police officer's death

Sara Connor lands in Australia after four years in Bali jail over police officer's death

She had been discharged from Kerobokan prison and to the custody of undercover immigration prior to boarding a plane to Australia.  The 49-year-old was held in the Denpasar prison because the entire body of local police officer Wayan Sudarsa was found bloodied and battered on Kuta Beach in August 2016.  Throughout her highly publicized trial, Connor claimed she had no role in Mr. Sudarsa's departure.  She said she was trying to distinguish her British boyfriend David Taylor in the officer following both men became involved at a late-night confrontation within her lost handbag.  

Sara Connor lands in Australia after four years in Bali jail over police officer's death


Australian girl Sara Connor has come home after serving nearly four years in a Bali prison over the death of a neighborhood police officer.   The Byron Bay neighborhood was granted an early release in the five-year sentence a week.  

His body has been discovered on the shore with 42 wounds, such as scrapes and bruises across his face, hands, and head.   Both Connor and Taylor's trials heard it probably took Mr. Sudarsa hours to die and that had somebody intervened, the police officer's life might have been saved.  Throughout his trial, Taylor confessed to hitting on the police officer using a cell phone, his very own binoculars, and a beer bottle but stated he had been behaving in self-defense.  He had been found guilty of deadly group attacks and sentenced to six years' prison.  Ms. Connor will now tackle compulsory 14-day coronavirus quarantine before being permitted to come home to Byron Bay, where both sons reside. 

She confessed to ruining the police officer ID cards and helping Taylor in burning off their bloodied clothing, however, says she had been fearful and considering her kids.   

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