A speedy release is very unlikely now for a nurse from northeast Iowa heldin Indonesia, and suffering from H-I-V. The Indonesian judge handling thecase involving 57-year old Joy Lee Sadler of Waterloo and British researcherLesley Jane McCulloch says Wednesday’s court session would be the last untilafter the Muslim holiday of Idul Fitri, which starts onDecember 6th. Government officials aren’t expected to return to work untilDecember 10th. Sadler and McCulloch have been held in a police cell sinceSeptember 11th, when they were arrested. They are accused of violatingtheir tourist visas by allegedly contacting rebels of the Free Aceh movement. Both women deny those charges. Idul Fitri marks the endof the holy month of Ramadan.
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