US woman who aided Bali 'suitcase' murder arrested in Chicago

An American woman deported from Indonesia after serving prison time for her role in her mother’s 2014 “スーツケース” 彼女の飛行機がシカゴに到着したとき、殺人は陰謀容疑で水曜日に逮捕されました, US authorities said.

Heather Mack, 26, conspired with her boyfriend to kill her mother, Sheila Von Wiese-Mack, stuff her body in a suitcase and load it into the trunk of a taxi during a vacation on the Indonesian island of Bali, the US Justice Department said.
Mack was scheduled to appear in US District Court in Chicago, her home city, 水曜日に, it added in a statement.
    Indonesian authorities arrested Mack and her boyfriend, Tommy Schaefer, 28, after the August 2014 殺害. Schaefer was sentenced in 2015 に 18 years for premeditated murder, while Mack, その後 19, received a 10-year sentence for being an accessory to murder.
      A 2017 US grand jury indictment that was unsealed on Wednesday alleged that Mack and Schaefer came up with their plan to kill Von Wiese-Mack before they left the United States for Bali, and that Schaefer asked his cousin, Ryan Bibbs, about ways of killing her.
        Mack asked Bibbs if he knew anyone who would kill her mother for money, and he pleaded guilty in December 2016 to one count of conspiracy to commit foreign murder of a US national, 司法省は言った.
        Under the department’s contention that her plan was conceived in the United States, Mack faces two US counts of murder conspiracy and one of obstruction, and a maximum statutory penalty of life imprisonment if convicted of the conspiracy charges, 部門は言った.
            Mack was deported following her release from prison on Oct. 29 as her permit had expired, an Indonesian immigration official said. Schaefer remains in jail.
            Mack’s lawyer, ユリウスベンジャミンセラン, said she was accompanied on the plane to Chicago by her daughter, to whom she had given birth before her sentencing.