Andrea Waldeck, a British citizen who was once a police community support officer, was back in court in Indonesia on Wednesday (October 9) as her drug trafficking trial continued.
The 43-year-old was arrested in April after Indonesian authorities found 1472 grams of crystal methamphetamine in her underwear in a hotel room in the capital of east Java province, Surabaya.
Waldeck has denied drug-smuggling, saying her boyfriend, who lives in China, had ordered her to bring the drugs to a man in Indonesia.
Three more witnesses, including two from Indonesia's Drugs Agency, were also in court on Wednesday to give evidence. Waldeck listened intently during proceedings before being escorted out of the court room.
If she is found guilty, Waldeck could face a firing squad.
Police are still hunting for an Indonesian man and Waldeck's Nigerian boyfriend, who has been identified only as Joe.
Indonesia has some of the world's toughest anti-narcotics laws.
Lindsay Sandiford, 57, another British woman, was arrested last year after authorities found drugs during a routine check at Bali airport.
She now has two more chances to get the death sentence overturned - a judicial review of the Supreme Court's decision or a presidential pardon.
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