Chicago native Heather Mack has been in prison since her mother’s beaten body was found packed in a suitcase at a Bali resort where she was vacationing about eight and a half years ago. .
And behind bars is where Mack stays, at least for now.
U.S. District Judge Matthew Kennelly today after an emotional hearing after seeing relatives of murdered mother Sheila von Wiese-Mac pleaded with the judge to keep her in custody. , rejected Mack’s request for release.
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