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When Death is Hard to Swallow

Bali Police Identify Dead Drug “Mule” Found in Kuta Hotel as an Ugandan National

(9/5/2011) Police have tentatively identified the woman found dead in the Hotel Rita on Jalan Popies I in Kuta [See: Forever Strangers in Paradise?]  as a 41-year-old Ugandan, Pheobe Annet.

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An autopsy of the woman’s body, found lifeless in her room at the hotel, revealed more than one kilogram of methamphetamines concealed in her stomach.

Police know the woman flew from Kenya to Doha, Qatar on August 27, 2011 on Qatar Airways. She then flew on QE638 from Doha to Denpasar arriving on August 28, 2011.

She obtained a 15-day single entry visa issued in Kampala, Uganda on August 3, 2011 by the Honorary Consul for Indonesia,

Forensic doctors and police now suspect the woman may have died of an accidental overdose when one of the capsules carried within her digestive tract leaked its contents.

The autopsy performed at Bali's Sanglah Hospital uncovered within the woman's gastro-intestinal system 1.119 kilograms of methamphetamine tablets crammed into protective condoms.