Egyptian court convicts British woman of Tramadol smuggling

Posted December 28, 2017

Plummer and her family have always maintained that the pills - available on prescription in Great Britain - were for her partner Omar Abdel Aziz, who suffers from chronic back pain. She said that the family has rested its hopes on the appeal. She was doing it to be kind. I was anxious about her before, [when she was] in the police station.

Mohamed Anan, general manager of customs in Hurghada, made the decision to to pursue legal action against her, before General Prosecutor Nabil Sadek transferred the case to the Criminal Court.

"I feel sick - I'm so frightened for her". "I didn't even look in bag", Plummer told the BBC. "3 years is too long she's had enough punishment!"

"She is not the strongest person, she's already having a nervous breakdown and is being kicked and punched in the holding prison".

In an interview with the British newspaper the Guardian, Rachel Plummer - Laura's sister - expressed her shock at the final verdict. "She doesn't deserve that", Rachel told the BBC.

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A Foreign and Commonwealth Office spokesman said: "We will continue to provide assistance to Laura and her family following the court ruling in Egypt, and our embassy is in regular contact with the Egyptian authorities".

She cried "it's not fair" during scenes of confusion as the judge initially thought she had admitted the offence by confirming the painkillers were in her suitcase.

Her father, Nevile Plummer, said his daughter's hair had started falling out due to stress.

Tramadol, a prescription opiate and painkiller, is banned in Egypt and is used as a recreational drug for its cheap price and relaxing, re-energizing high, as well as its supposed aphrodisiac qualities.

However, she was so distraught that the judge had to adjourn the trial until Tuesday (26 December). "She's out there by herself", she said.

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He said: "For someone to be found guilty of drug smuggling they have to be aware that they are possessing narcotics".

"It is illogical that she was dealing in Tramadol.She had only 320 pills - even the plane ticket is nearly double the price of those pills".

The family's local MP Karl Turner said: "I think it's a damning indictment about good sense and fair play".

According to her family, Laura has been held in a packed cell with 25 other female prisoners since her arrest in October, and has been having suicidal thoughts.

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