- Title: Australian woman says didnâ€™t see how Bali policeman died
- Date: 30th January 2017
- Summary: BALI, INDONESIA (JANUARY 30, 2017) (REUTERS) ***WARNING CONTAINS FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY*** EXTERIOR OF DENPASAR, BALI DISTRICT COURT SIGN FOR DENPASAR, BALI DISTRICT COURT MEN CHARGED WITH VARIOUS CRIMES WALKING OUT OF BUS BRITISH MAN ACCUSED OF MURDER, DAVID TAYLOR, WALKING TAYLOR WALKING INTO TEMPORARY CELL AUSTRALIAN WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER, SARA CONNOR, ARRIVING AT COURT COVERING HER FACE WITH FAN TAYLOR WEARING ORANGE VEST WALKING TOWARD COURT ROOM TAYLOR AND HIS INTERPRETER SITTING IN FRONT OF PANEL OF JUDGES CONNOR ENTERING COURT ROOM WEARING ORANGE VEST PHOTOGRAPHERS COURT IN PROGRESS PANEL OF JUDGES / CONNOR AND HER INTERPRETER IN FOREGROUND TAYLOR LISTENING TO HIS INTERPRETER (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUSTRALIAN WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER, SARA CONNOR, SAYING: "I don't remember much, I think there was a couple of people on this side (points to her right) of the gate (to the beach), I just lean over and looking around, I don't remember," TAYLOR LISTENING TO HIS INTERPRETER (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUSTRALIAN WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER, SARA CONNOR SAYING: "Then I realise, yes, I had a little bit of blood around my collar, here (pointing right side)," COURT IN PROGRESS
- Embargoed: 13th February 2017 12:18
- Keywords: Britain Australia crime police murder court Bali
- Location: BALI, INDONESIA
- City: BALI, INDONESIA
- Country: Indonesia
- Topics: Crime/Law/Justice
- Reuters ID: LVA001619UZIF
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Story Text: An Australia suspect in a Bali police murder case told the court on Monday (January 30) that she didn't know how the victim was killed.
Briton David Taylor and his Australian girlfriend Sara Connor appeared in the trial in separate hearings by an Indonesian court.
The two were charged with the assault and murder of police officer Wayan Sudarsa in mid-August last year, after the body was found on the famous Kuta beach.
Connor testified on Monday in Taylor's court hearing, saying that she didn't know how the policeman had died.
"I don't remember much, I think there was a couple of people on this side of the gate (to the beach), I just lean over and looking around, I don't remember," she said to court.
But she admitted that she found blood stain on her shirt and said she didn't know where it came from.
"I realise, yes, I had a little bit of blood around my collar," she said.
Taylor, a musician with the stage name DJ Nutzo, admitted he was involved in a "confrontation" with the police officer over his girlfriend's missing purse, but denied killing him.
Both could be jailed for up to 15 years if found guilty.
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