Bali drugs: 'I was scared my dad would be put to death'

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Human rights groups have condemned the death sentence handed down to a British woman in Indonesia for smuggling cocaine.

Lindsay Sandiford, who is 56 and used to live in Gloucestershire, now faces death by firing squad.

Harriet McCulloch from the British human rights charity Reprieve, has condemned the sentence saying she was coerced into carrying the drugs.

Speaking on BBC Breakfast, Hollie Walker, whose father Jack is serving a life sentence in Jakarta for drug smuggling, described her family's experience of Indonesian justice.

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