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(Undated)  --  A former Portland veterinarian is a free woman after being released from a southeast Asian prison.  Stacey Addison was backpacking around the world when she was arrested in East Timor in September.  A person she was sharing a cab was caught with methamphetamine.  Everyone in the cab was arrested, which left Addison in custody.  The U.S. Embassy assisted in getting her released.  She has yet to return to America.

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