A British backpacker was jailed for ten years after she was found guilty of drug smuggling in India.
Daisy Angus was 22 when she was caught with 10kg of cannabis in a secret compartment in her suitcase at Mumbai airport in November 2002.
She was on a round-the-world trip having given up her job as a fitness instructor in Bournemouth, Dorset, and was about to board a plane when she was stopped by customs officers.
She said that she had been given the suitcase after her own bag broke. Her family later said that she knew there was something inside the suitcase but that she did not know what it contained.
Angus (26) and her family, who live in Bournemouth, Dorset, have always protested her innocence.
Her mother Nadine and father John, who died in December last year of leukaemia, made regular trips to visit their daughter in Byculla District Prison, in Mumbai, during the lengthy trial.