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Samsung asked to help cocaine Cassie in Colombia

A supporter of Cassandra Sainsbury has demanded Samsung ‘unlock’ the Australian prisoner’s phone so she can prove she was forced to smuggle cocaine from Colombia over fears for her family’s safety.

In a tongue-in-cheek post, the accused drug smuggler, now often referred to as ‘Cocaine Cassie’, is compared to other prominent Australians.

‘It’s at a time like this where all Australians need to stick together. This is far bigger than Nollsy getting robbed in season 1 of Australian Idol or Josh and Elyse not winning Hallway week on The Block,’ the poster wrote.

A keen supporter of Cassandra Sainsbury has taken to social media to demand Samsung ‘unlock’ the Australian prisoner’s phone

In a tongue-in-cheek post the accused drug smuggler, now often referred to as 'Cocaine Cassie', is compared to other prominent Australians

In a tongue-in-cheek post the accused drug smuggler, now often referred to as ‘Cocaine Cassie’, is compared to other prominent Australians

'A young fly in/fly out brothel receptionist, former Tennis Club treasurer and Personal Trainer is in a rather precarious position in Colombia,' he wrote

‘A young fly in/fly out brothel receptionist, former Tennis Club treasurer and Personal Trainer is in a rather precarious position in Colombia,’ he wrote

Before recapping the saga which has seen the  22-year-old girl from Adelaide trapped in a notorious Bogota prison.

‘One of our own is in trouble. 

‘A young fly in/fly out brothel receptionist, former Tennis Club treasurer and Personal Trainer is in a rather precarious position in Colombia after allegedly smuggling a large quantity of Colombian blow contained in headphones which were destined to be presents for people in her wedding party.

‘(They) were purchased by said individual, after being sent on an overseas holiday for her uncle’s cleaning company (which he has since denied employing her) resulting in said individual changing her story, to maintain that she was forced against her will by a nefarious individual by the name of ”Angelo”, into delivering documents to Colombia.

The saga has seen the 22-year-old girl from Adelaide trapped in a notorious Bogota prison

The saga has seen the 22-year-old girl from Adelaide trapped in a notorious Bogota prison

Sainsbury has claimed her partner, Scott Broadbridge, and family were threatened

Sainsbury has claimed her partner, Scott Broadbridge, and family were threatened

The only chance at being found innocent is dependent on either a court finding that she is a truthful person or if Samsung can unlock her phone

The only chance at being found innocent is dependent on either a court finding that she is a truthful person or if Samsung can unlock her phone

‘…she was then informed that these documents were indeed drugs and her family would be in danger in the event she does not go through with this deal even though one week before this happened the DEA in the United States of America (I know, the f*****g DEA- stay with me) informed Customs in Colombia that she was an alleged drug mule.

‘But she insists that she is now telling the truth now especially after changing her story partway through her hearing and is now proceeding to trial after her plea deal was not accepted by the Court,’ the poster wrote.

He then pleaded for the well-known phone company to help the young woman out. 

‘The only chance at being found innocent is dependent on either a court finding that she is a truthful person or if Samsung can unlock her phone. In saying so, it appears that only Samsung can save the day.’

Samsung your job is simple. This poor girl needs her phone unlocked so she can access the photos which were sent to her by Colombian Assassins

Samsung your job is simple. This poor girl needs her phone unlocked so she can access the photos which were sent to her by Colombian Assassins

'But she insists that she is now telling the truth now especially after changing her story partway through her hearing and is now proceeding to trial after her plea deal was not accepted by the Court,' the poster wrote

‘But she insists that she is now telling the truth now especially after changing her story partway through her hearing and is now proceeding to trial after her plea deal was not accepted by the Court,’ the poster wrote

The post comes after Sainsbury gave an exclusive tell-all interview to A Current Affair where she claimed the drug ring sent her WhatsApp images and texts of her family and fianc

The post comes after Sainsbury gave an exclusive tell-all interview to A Current Affair where she claimed the drug ring sent her WhatsApp images and texts of her family and fianc

‘Has Apple saved a girl from 21 years in jail? Samsung I’m holding your beer and expect s**t to get real. 

‘Samsung your job is simple. This poor girl needs her phone unlocked so she can access the photos which were sent to her by Colombian Assassins,’ the poster wrote.

The quirky post was written on Monday night, and by Wednesday had more than 15,000 reactions.

The post comes after Sainsbury gave an exclusive tell-all interview to 60 Minutes where she claimed the drug ring sent her WhatsApp images and texts of her family and fiance – saying her loved ones would be killed if she failed to obey their orders.

'Samsung your job is simple. This poor girl needs her phone unlocked so she can access the photos which were sent to her by Colombian Assassins,' the poster wrote

‘Samsung your job is simple. This poor girl needs her phone unlocked so she can access the photos which were sent to her by Colombian Assassins,’ the poster wrote

'I received a nasty phone call saying "what are you doing?" I was told my mum, my sister and my partner would be killed,' Sainsbury told 60 Minutes

‘I received a nasty phone call saying “what are you doing?” I was told my mum, my sister and my partner would be killed,’ Sainsbury told 60 Minutes

Sainsbury says she initially believed she was being paid $10,000 to work as an international courier

Sainsbury says she initially believed she was being paid $10,000 to work as an international courier

But in a sensational twist, Sainsbury said she cannot show the evidence – that could potentially clear her name – to prosecutors because she has forgotten the password to her own phone.

‘I received a nasty phone call saying “what are you doing?” I was told my mum, my sister and my partner would be killed,’ Sainsbury told 60 Minutes.

Sainsbury says she initially believed she was being paid $10,000 to work as an international courier, and didn’t consider the situation to be suspicious until her itinerary changed from flying to Colombia instead of London.

She now faces a maximum of 30 years behind bars.

She now faces a maximum of 30 years behind bars, and her indictment hearing has been scheduled for September 26

She now faces a maximum of 30 years behind bars, and her indictment hearing has been scheduled for September 26

 

 

 

 

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