She became romantically involved with him after he had paid for her airfare to Cambodia.
On September 18, 2013, Nwoko asked Taylor, who was due to fly back to Australia, to take a backpack full of samples for an arts and crafts business in which he claimed to have an involvement.
Fairfax Media has revealed he still has active profiles online. "This is not justice," Taylor's lawyer Khiev Van said of Taylor's case after judge Pol Sam Oeun announced the decision in a brief hearing, citing evidence presented to an earlier court by police.
After a friendship or online relationship is established, people are asked to accept and send parcels generally containing high value items, such as mobile phones, laptops, i Pads, cameras, watches and jewellery.She hadn't made it to the check-in counter when police swooped and found about two kilograms of heroin in the backpack. Police are investigating a growing number of internet scams targeting Australians in south-east Asian countries, including Cambodia, where Nwoko is believed to be still operating scams, from his jail cell, targeting Australian women.He received a 27-year-jail sentence for drug trafficking.Contact the nearest Embassy or Consulate of Cambodia for up-to-date information.Six legal international border crossing points are open for foreign travellers on the Cambodian-Thai border at Cham Yeam (Koh Kong), O Smach (Oddar Meanchey), Poipet (Banteay Meanchey), Prom (Pailin), Daung (Battambang) and Chorma (Oddar Meanchey).