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CMC/JAMAICA OBSERVER – A Brooklyn, New York, judge has agreed to release on bail a JetBlue flight attendant and former Jamaican beauty queen charged with leaving 70 pounds of cocaine at Los Angeles International Airport, but US federal prosecutors immediately blocked the judge’s decision.
Marsha Gay Reynolds appeared in Brooklyn Federal Court on Friday supported by family, her minister, and a former New York City Councilman. She faces at least 10 years in prison if convicted.
Reynolds was given US$500,000 bail, but Assistant US Attorney Alicia Washington requested a stay until an appeal could be heard by a US federal magistrate judge in Los Angeles.
Reynolds had surrendered to police at John F Kennedy International Airport in New York on Wednesday.
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