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Why would you go to Colombia? - NEWS.com.au

IT'S a dangerous country where people can be kidnapped if they flag a taxi. So why would you go to Colombia for a holiday? This is why. Charis Chang@CharisChang2 · news.com.auMay 2, 20175:36pm. Warnings in Colombia by area. Source: DFATSource: ...and more »

Accused Aussie drug mule Cassie Sainsbury's family worried for her safety in dangerous Colombian jail - NEWS.com.au

A TOP Colombian cop and an expert in the South American drug trade have cast doubt on Cassie Sainsbury's story, saying it's unlikely she didn't know about the cocaine in her luggage. Sarah Blake in Bogota & Elizabeth Henson. News Corp Australia ...and more »

Adelaide woman Cassandra Sainsbury arrested in Colombia with drugs - The Sydney Morning Herald

A young Adelaide woman on a working holiday in Colombia has been arrested with 5.8 kilograms of cocaine in her luggage, her family says. Cassandra Sainsbury was detained for drug trafficking on April 11 at El Dorado International Airport in Bogota on ...and more »

How Cassandra Sainsbury's ticket reportedly got her caught - NEWS.com.au

THE father of a young Australian arrested on drugs charges in Colombia says he does not believe his daughter is guilty. Charis Chang and Sarah Blake in Bogota. news.com.auMay 3, 20177:44pm. Video; Image ...and more »

Cassie Sainsbury: Adelaide woman arrested for drug trafficking in Colombia was framed, family says - ABC Online

The mother of an Adelaide woman who has been arrested and detained in Colombia for drug trafficking maintains her daughter is innocent and has hit out at those who she says have framed her. Cassandra Sainsbury, 22, was arrested after being found in ...and more »

Cassie Sainsbury faces terrifying experience if convicted of cocaine possession, author says - ABC Online

An Adelaide woman who has been arrested and detained in Colombia for drug trafficking could face a "very terrifying experience" behind bars if she is convicted, the author of a book on South American prisons has warned.and more »

Last-minute ticket tipped off drug cops - The Australian

The last-minute purchase of a plane ticket in Hong Kong to fly from Australia to Bogota via London triggered global drug authorities to zero in on South Australian bride-to-be Cassie Sainsbury. Ms Sainsbury has pleaded her innocence. Bogota airport's ...and more »

Colombian authorities detained Cassie Sainsbury after tip off from US Drug Enforcement Agency - dailytelegraph.com.au

THE father of Cassie Sainsbury has washed his hands of her serious predicament, saying he wants nothing to do with the Colombian drug smuggling case. Stuart Sainsbury told a reporter today that he was aware of his 22-year-old daughter's arrest in South ...and more »

Colombian Police Cast Doubt On Cassie Sainsbury's Account Of 5.8kg Cocaine Haul - Huffington Post Australia

Colombian police have cast doubt on Cassandra Sainsbury's account of how 5.8 kilograms of cocaine came to be in her luggage, as photos are released showing the Adelaide woman with the drug stash. Sainsbury was arrested for drug trafficking at El ...and more »

How she got here: From aspiring model to Colombia drug accused - NEWS.com.au

LIKE so many other 22-year-old Australians, Cassandra Sainsbury had dreams of stardom. This is how she ended up in a Colombian jail. Matt Young@MattYoung · news.com.auMay 3, 20177:30am. Video; Image ...and more »