Hier noch ein Artikel, leider nur in englisch:http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-10-28/jessica-wongso-may-not-yet-have-had-a-fair-trial/7976264
Sie soll halt die Taschen so gestellt haben, dass die Kamera nicht erfassen konnte, was sie dahinter tat (möglicherweise Gift in den Kaffee schütten), ungewöhnlicherweise auf den Tisch statt auf den Sitz neben sich.
Das Motiv ist wirklich schwer zu glauben: "Wongso was jealous of Salihin's happy marriage, and wanted revenge after Salihin had told her to break up with her Australian boyfriend, and because she had not been invited to Salihin's wedding."
Es gibt ein Video, auf dem sie nach dem Verneinen ihrer Schuld in sich hinein zu lächeln scheint. Und nach dem Gerichtsprozess soll sie sich über einen unfairen Prozess beklagt haben, nicht aber ihre Unschuld beteuert haben. Das erinnert an den Fall Amanda Knox - ein komisches Verhalten muss nicht immer mörderisch sein.
Interessant auch dieser Hinweis: "However, none of the footage played during the trial showed that she took anything from her handbag, much less that she pulled out cyanide and then stirred it into Salihin's drink. In fact, Wongso's lawyer demonstrated that she had sent a text message on her phone at the time her hands were obscured by the bags. This could account for the so-called "suspicious" movements."
"Other important issues were ignored by the judges. After Salihin apparently complained about the taste of the coffee, both Hani and the cafe owner tasted it, but suffered no ill effects. Does this add support to the defence argument that Salihin might not have been poisoned after all?
The claim that Wongso "arrived early" at the cafe as part of a plan to put the cyanide in the coffee also does not withstand scrutiny: text messages produced by the defence suggest that Wongso arrived at the time the three women had agreed, but Salihin and Hani arrived late. If they had arrived on time, as planned, Jessica would not have had an opportunity to lace the drink."