Indonesian President Joko Widodo ordered nine more drug offenders, including eight foreigners, to be shot to death by firing squad.

Waiting to be murdered

    Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso, 30, single mother from rural Philippines. Domestic worker. Speaks only Tagalog. Maintains innocence.
    Rodrigo Gularte, 42, Brazilian surfer. Schizophrenic son of affluent family. Cocaine inside surfboards at airport.
    Silvester Obiekwe Nwolise, 49, a Nigerian, had 66 white capsules of heroin in stomach at airport.
    Raheem Agbaje Salami, a Catholic Nigerian born in Spain, originally sentenced to life in 1999. Indonesian Supreme Court ordered death in 2006.
    Serge Atlaoui, 51, a French machinist hired to install equipment in an acrylics factory that Indonesians say made Ecstasy. Maintains innocence
    Australians Andrew Chan, 31, and Myuran Sukumaran, 33, have received broad support from the Australian government and public opposing their murders.
    Also to be murdered: Martin Anderson of Ghana, Zainal Abidin of Indonesia and Silvester Obikwe of Nigeria. Photos not found.
    Murderer: Indonesian President Joko Widodo started an assembly line of firing squad executions of drug offenders, mostly foreigners, since taking office in 2014.

Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso, single mother of two, scheduled to be shot to death for being a heroin courier.

Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso, single mother of two, scheduled to be shot to death for being a heroin courier.

Rodrigo Gularta struggled with mental illness and depression since he was a teen.

Rodrigo Gularta struggled with mental illness and depression since he was a teen.

andrew chan with rights commissioner

Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran met with a human rights advocate three weeks before their scheduled execution for trying to smuggle heroin from Indonesia to Australia in 2006, at ages 22 and 25, respectively.

 

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