A Lithuanian national named Mantas V will be deported to his home country after finishing his prison sentence in the Kerobokan Prison in Bali.
The Head of Bali Law and Human Rights Minister, Jamaruli Manihuruk confirmed that Mantas was released after serving 5 months of imprisonment in Kerobokan Prison over a molestation case in Bali. “During his prison time, Mantas complied with all the rules as instructed, and the Kerobokan Prison has done their job to socially and spiritually reshape him into a better person before releasing him back to society.” Jamaruli said on Friday (22/10).
Jamaruli explained that once Mantas was released from prison, authorities immediately handed him to Immigration officers to continue their administration responsibilities for Mantas. “Shortly after he was released from prison, the Immigration Officers took over responsibility by taking him to the Ngurah Rai Immigration Office Class I to start the deportation process.” Jamaruli added.
Mantas was transported with an escort to the Immigration Office with strict protocols in place, including checking his belongings to prevent potential unpredictable incidents from happening during the process. “Our Immigration Officer has contacted the Lithuanian embassy, and informed them that our officer will place him inside the Immigration’s detention house while waiting for his deportation process to be completed.” Jamaruli concluded.
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