Sandiford previously told the court she became involved only because "the lives of my children were in danger".
I would like to begin by apologising to the Republic of Indonesia and the Indonesian people for my involvement.
I would never have become involved in something like this but the lives of my children were in danger and I felt I had to protect them.
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