Web debate on death sentence
DEBATE over whether Cheltenham grandmother Lindsay Sandiford should face the death penalty in Bali has been raging among Echo readers.
The 56-year-old, who was found guilty of drug smuggling by a court on the island, was told she would face a firing squad.
She has been given £2,500 towards appealing her sentence by human rights charity Reprieve.
Cheltenham MP Martin Horwood has been lobbying for intervention on her behalf, to stop a sentence he believes is "morally wrong".
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Echo readers went onto www. thisisgloucestershire.co.uk to voice their opinions.
Bellyflop said: "We should not involve ourselves with the local rules and laws of Bali."