Egypt drugs case: Briton Laura Plummer's sister issues apology

Egypt drugs case: Briton Laura Plummer's sister issues apology
 

The sister of a British woman facing drug smuggling charges in Egypt has apologised to the country's officials.
Laura Plummer, 33, faces a trial accused of entering the country with 300 Tramadol tablets, a painkiller legal in the UK but not in Egypt.
She is in police custody in Hurghada awaiting a hearing date.
Her sister Rachel told officials she had "unintentionally done wrong" and apologised for "bringing such trouble to your country".
It is not clear whether the apology has been seen by the authorities, who have not commented.
But in response to the apology, Ms... read more

 
20 November 2017 in Regional, Views: 57
Source: BBC
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