The Indonesian woman was sentenced to six months after she revealed her headmasters affair.

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 The Indonesian woman was sentenced to six months after she revealed her headmasters affair.


Baiq Nuril Maknun, a 36-year-old female administrator at a school in Lombok, Indonesia, was jailed for six months for revealing the principals infidelity.

Singapores Joint Morning Post quoted Agence France-Presse as saying that Makanu recorded a conversation in 2012 in which the married principal told the schools finances about the theft of another colleague, with explicit content.

The lawyer said that Makanu had refused the principals love many times before, but she was persuaded by her colleagues before she decided to expose the principals behavior by public recording.

After the recording was exposed, the headmaster sacked marcone and complained to the government. Makanu was later charged with spreading indecent information and was acquitted by the Longmu Island District Court, but the Indonesian Supreme Court overturned the verdict on Friday (9 November) and found her guilty of violating electronic information law. She was sentenced to six monthsimprisonment and a fine of 500 million Indonesian guilders (about 230,000 yuan). Speaking to local media, Macanu said she thought the Supreme Courts ruling was unfair. She said, I am just a victim. What have I done wrong? Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Li Cong _B11284

After the recording was exposed, the headmaster sacked marcone and complained to the government. Makanu was later charged with spreading indecent information and was acquitted by the Longmu Island District Court, but the Indonesian Supreme Court overturned the verdict on Friday (9 November) and found her guilty of violating electronic information law. She was sentenced to six monthsimprisonment and a fine of 500 million Indonesian guilders (about 230,000 yuan).

Speaking to local media, Macanu said she thought the Supreme Courts ruling was unfair. She said, I am just a victim. What have I done wrong?