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Routine: She and 14 other prisoners (pictured) performed a choreographed dance in front of hundreds of male inmates and prison guards

U.S. Justice Department said in a press release Wednesday that Robert Ryan Justin Bibbs, 24, of Chicago, gave advice to Schaefer and Mack on how to get away with murdering Sheila von Wiese-Mack.

Michael Elkin, lawyer for Heather Mack was back in Chicago court, defending accusations Heather Mack was trying to sell her baby, Stella Schaefer for $150,000 on the black market.

Attention: The male prisoners, who watched the dance intently, have made no secret about their attraction to Mack and often whistle at her when she visits her boyfriend

Heather Mack was sentenced to 10 years in prison instead of the 15 years prosecutors requested and Tommy Schaefer was sentenced to the 18 year sentence prosecutors requested.

According to Indonesian law, Mack can keep her baby with her in prison until the girl, named Stella, is two-years-old.

Heather Mack's defense lawyer, Anthony Scifo, spoke publicly, announcing Sheila Mack had tried to force Heather to get an abortion before they left for Bali.

Lawyers for Heather Mack and Tommy Schaefer presented the case for leniency in the sentencing. Mack's lawyer, Ary Soenardi, said his client has apologized and remains troubled by what happened.

Heather Mack and Tommy Schaefer face the death penalty, potentially by firing squad, if convicted of planning her mother's death.

In the summer of 2001 James L. Mack, his wife Sheila Von Weiss-Mack and their daughter Heather Mack, age 9, were on a Royal Caribbean Cruise in the Mediterranean when James Mack cut his foot in or around the cruise ship swimming pool.

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