Malaysian woman picked up nearly 5,000 mobile phones from Australian husband and wife and was arrested. Owner“s court cries bitterly: she deserves it

2020-07-30 14:30:08 0 Comment 2245 views
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The Australian couple accidentally lost their mobile phone, which recorded a large number of images of their critically ill daughter in order to retri

According to the “Daily Mail” report on July 8th, the Australian couple accidentally lost their mobile phone. The mobile phone recorded a large number of images of their critically ill daughter. In order to retrieve precious photos, the couple used social software I begged the person who found the mobile phone to return it. Unexpectedly, she was blackmailed while her daughter was still alive. A Malaysian woman claimed to have found the mobile phone and offered a "ransom" of 1,000 Australian dollars (approximately RMB 4,700). She was subsequently arrested for blackmail.

Malaysian woman picked up nearly 5,000 mobile phones from Australian husband and wife and was arrested. Owner“s court cries bitterly: she deserves it

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In April this year, a 24-year-old Malaysian woman, Siti Nurhidayah Kamal (Siti Nurhidayah Kamal) was kidnapped Her parents called it "disgrace" because she was refused bail because she was worried that she would try to flee Australia.

Siti was accused of contacting the parents of 11-month-old Amiyah Windross after picking up her mobile phone, asking for 1,000 Australian dollars (4700 yuan) RMB) thank you fee. According to reports, this mobile phone contains precious photos of their children.

Malaysian woman picked up nearly 5,000 mobile phones from Australian husband and wife and was arrested. Owner“s court cries bitterly: she deserves it

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Malaysian woman picked up nearly 5,000 mobile phones from Australian husband and wife and was arrested. Owner“s court cries bitterly: she deserves it

Baby AmiaAn undiagnosed neurological problem, has been in the hospital, not long ago, Amiya unfortunately passed away.

On Monday, Siti appeared in Melbourne Magistrates Court. She pleaded guilty to racketeering charges in the Victorian Magistrates Court. She is expected to undergo a first trial in Victoria County Court later.

After Jay and Dee Windross desperately searched for their Samsung Galaxy S8 phones, Siti contacted them.

Dee said: "This is despicable. It's disgusting. Why would anyone do this? She knows our situation."

Siti is connected through social software This couple, before this couple posted several desperate posts on social media, the content of the post is to find the lost phone.

Malaysian woman picked up nearly 5,000 mobile phones from Australian husband and wife and was arrested. Owner“s court cries bitterly: she deserves it

The couple believe that the phone was stolen in a toilet near Chadstone Shopping Center in April.

Dee said outside the court: "This woman asks us for money."

Siti’s lawyer Royce Dekker said: "Siti He and her husband left their children in Malaysia. They have been working hard to maintain a balance of income and expenditure, but they still cannot make ends meet. Now heWe can't even pay the rent. They work as couriers and can only earn US$120 (about RMB 826) a day. ”

Malaysian woman picked up nearly 5,000 mobile phones from Australian husband and wife and was arrested. Owner“s court cries bitterly: she deserves it

Dee retorted: “Siti and her husband earned We have more money than us, and we have to pay hospital bills, parking fees, and mortgage repayments. And she was still crying because they didn't make enough money. "

Decker told the court that Siti could have been released because she had served three days in prison, but the jurisdiction might be transferred to the county court. Decker complained that it would take too long for to bring her to to be tried. It is estimated that it will take about 6 months.

Decker argued that his client is no longer at risk of escape because she has surrendered her passport and has a stable address in Springville.

But Magistrate Jan McLean disagreed and refused bail.

Malaysian woman picked up nearly 5,000 mobile phones from Australian husband and wife and was arrested. Owner“s court cries bitterly: she deserves it

Malaysian woman picked up nearly 5,000 mobile phones from Australian husband and wife and was arrested. Owner“s court cries bitterly: she deserves it

Dee said that she felt that Siti had been imprisoned until she pleaded guilty, which made her breathe a sigh of relief . She said Siti would have to bear for what she didas a result of.

Dee said that Siti chose to defraud at this worst time. (Siti got in touch with the couple during their last precious time with the children.)

Jay said that Siti texted him all night and he has been working hard Spend every last minute of life with your child.

Jay said: "This is a scam. This not only completely wastes my time, but also interrupts my last moments with my dying daughter."

Out of court, The couple said they hope Siti will get the sentence he deserves.

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