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Rush, who was aged 19 when he was arrested, had initially been sentenced to life imprisonment but that was upgraded to death when he launched an appeal against the decision in 2006.
The decision, announced last night in Canberra by the Foreign Minister, Kevin Rudd, comes six years after Rush, 25, was arrested at a Bali airport with more than a kilogram of heroin strapped to his body. Eight other people were arrested the same day, April 17, 2005, and charged over a plot to smuggle a total of 8.3 kilograms of heroin into New Harden Vol 1 Colorways
''Australians will greet this decision with relief. The Australian government welcomes this decision by the Supreme Court.''
His Indonesian lawyer, Frans Hendra Winata, said Rush's family were told last night, and were overjoyed. ''The reasons were that he's still young, he's being repentant and his role was only a courier,'' he said.
Last year the Herald revealed Rush had undergone a circumcision ceremony in Kerobokan Prison in Bali in order to convert to Islam.
''The Indonesian Supreme Court has today accepted Scott Rush's appeal against his death sentence and have instead sentenced him to life,'' Mr Rudd told Parliament.
Herald of his remorse over the crime and his battle with depression. ''I'm still looking for forgiveness. I just feel so bad about everything, especially for what I've done to my parents and family.''
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THE Bali nine drug courier Scott Rush has had his death sentence commuted in an appeal to the Indonesian Supreme Court.
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