Cocaine courier Nayele Ametefeï¿½s immediate acceptance of guilt and plea for early jail term is a ploy to cover her pay masters and to shift attention from the substance of the case, private legal practitioner Kwame Gyantoa has observed.
Ametefe also known as Ruby Adu Gyamfi, was busted at Heathrow International Airport in the UK about two weeks ago with 12.5 kilograms of cocaine.
She pleaded guilty to the charge of drug trafficking and expressed her readiness to go down for her crime when she appeared before Isleworth Crown Court in West London, Thursday. Speaking on Starr Today with Patrick Ayumu, Gyantoa said the instant admission of wrong doing by the suspect is suspicious.
In his view, the chain of possible accomplices in the case could be broken if the court heeded to her quest and shorten the hearing. According to him, the myth around the case will be unraveled if the case is allowed to travel the full course.
Source: Starr FM
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