Australian murder suspect Sara Connor at her trial in Bali

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Australian lady Sara Connor, far proper, is accused of homicide

The widow of a policeman allegedly murdered in Indonesia has rejected a “donation” from his accused Australian killer.

Wayan Sudarsa’s physique was discovered on Bali’s Kuta seaside on 17 August with head and neck wounds.

Sara Connor, 46, and her British boyfriend David James Taylor, 33, are each on trial for Mr Sudarsa’s homicide.

In courtroom on Tuesday, his widow Ketut Arsini stated she wouldn’t settle for “even a cent” from Ms Connor.

The Australian lady learn extracts to the Denpasar listening to of a handwritten letter she had despatched to Ms Arsini providing 25m rupiah (£1500; $1900).

“I’m not a wealthy individual however to precise my sympathy and my unhappiness I would really like you to simply accept a donation of 25 million rupiah that can assist you and your youngsters on this troublesome second,” Ms Connor stated.

Individuals within the courtroom applauded when Ms Arsini stated didn’t need any cash.

“I would like the courtroom to present the utmost punishment that matches what she did, primarily based on Indonesian legal guidelines,” Ms Arsini stated.

Ms Connor once more claimed her innocence, saying she tried to separate Mr Taylor and Mr Sudarsa after they started preventing over her lacking purse.

She informed Ms Arsini she felt “nice ache” over the tragedy.

“I am deeply sorry for you and your loved ones now left alone with out Mr Sudarsa to look after you and your youngsters. You might have been at all times in my prayers,” Ms Connor stated.

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Ms Connor maintains her innocence

Each Ms Connor and Mr Taylor resist 15 years in jail if they’re discovered responsible of homicide.

The British man is scheduled to look in courtroom on Thursday.

Bali is a well-liked vacation spot for Western vacationers, recognized for its tropical local weather and palm-fringed seashores. Petty crime is frequent on the resort island, although extra severe crime is uncommon.