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Frenchman, Anthony J Lambert was sentenced to five years in prison for attempting to smuggle 14 grams of hashish into Bali. The young man just bowed to the court and was resigned to the verdict.

According to, the panel of judges declared Lambert was proven to violate Article 113 of the Narcotics Law, which receives a minimum sentence of five years.

“In our judgement, the defendant has been legally and convincingly proven to have committed a narcotic crime, namely attempting to import narcotics class I type,” said judge chairman I Made Pasek at the Denpasar District Court on Tuesday (11/21/2017).

“He is sentenced to five years imprisonment and a fine of Rp 1 billion or 3 months more in prison,” continued Pasek.

“The incriminating act by the defendant is contrary to the program being intensified by the government, as well as the importation of narcotics could endanger the nation’s younger generation,” claimed Pasek, according to an article in

“The defendant has asked for time to think about appealing first,” said Anthony’s attorney, Maya Arshanti at the trial.

The 23-year-old was arrested in June this year at Ngurah Rai Airport by customs officials. He came from Malaysia, and when checked 14 grams of hashish and a small plastic bag containing marijuana seeds were found in his possession. He claimed to use the drug as a cure for his injured legs.

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  • Cyril Terrien

    Insane Indonesia…

  • Arlo Sinclair

    Steal billions of dollars or murder someone, pack a small travel bag, you’ll get far less time that 5 years!

  • Markus Stanovsky

    that’s the way how it works in south east asia ..if you take the risk and get caught …you are facing the music.. dont judge it with our standards.

  • Robb Harker

    Stupid is as stupid does.

  • John Bergman

    More drugs inside Hotel K!

  • Stuart Beat

    A bit stiff

  • John Bergman

    He’ll probably get 2 after they soak his family with legal fees.

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