CASE OF DEATH; EXCLUSIVE Wife claims jealous Scot planted cocaine in travel bag to get her executed.Byline: By CHARLES LAVERY
THE wife of a Scots accountant claims he tried to have her executed by planting drugs in her suitcase before she flew to Thailand.
Suzanne Stout-Green's estranged es·trange
tr.v. es·tranged, es·trang·ing, es·trang·es
1. To make hostile, unsympathetic, or indifferent; alienate.
2. To remove from an accustomed place or set of associations. husband James is behind bars after the plot was discovered just before her flight was due to leave.
The Scot, originally from Glasgow, allegedly broke into her home and hid cocaine and cannabis cannabis: see hemp; marijuana.
Any plant of the genus Cannabis, which contains a single species, C. sativa. It is widely cultivated throughout the northern temperate zone. in her case the night before she boarded the holiday flight from Canada - where they both now live - to Bangkok.
Stout-Green reportedly planned to alert Thai police and have Suzanne executed for trafficking. Days before her flight, he was said to have told his wife: "I can kill you and never get caught."
Suzanne found one cannabis package on the morning of her flight and handed it to police, claiming she believed her husband had planted it.
But she was unaware there were another two parcels, one packed with cocaine, hidden in her bags. They were found at the airport.
She was released while officers hunted down her estranged husband.
Yesterday, Suzanne, 43, who is originally from Portsmouth, said: "I believe he tried to have me killed by planting those drugs. Thank God I found them.
"I believe he broke intomy house and planted drugs in my luggage.
"Because Thailand has a mandatory death sentence for drug smuggling smuggling, illegal transport across state or national boundaries of goods or persons liable to customs or to prohibition. Smuggling has been carried on in nearly all nations and has occasionally been adopted as an instrument of national policy, as by Great Britain , I believe that he tried to kill me by placing drugs in my luggage."
Stout-Green, 44, is in jail awaiting sentence. He was ordered to undergo a psychiatric assessment after admitting criminal harassment Ask a Lawyer
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The couple moved to Canada shortly before their marriage in 1988 to start a new life but it turned into a nightmare.
Suzanne, a nurse, said: "He has driven a truck at me, told me to have a direct line to police on my mobile phone and stalked me.
"He cloned two credit cards in my name and ran up huge debts. He walked up to one man I was having dinner with to tell him he would die if he continued seeing me."
Suzanne, who lives in Edmonton, Alberta, is divorcing her husband, who was a finance boss at a Chrysler Jeep dealership in their adopted home town.
He faces further charges of criminal harassment, disobeying court orders, uttering death threats and breaching an emergency protection order.
Some of the criminal allegations Stout- Green is facing are detailed in an affidavit affidavit
Written statement made voluntarily, confirmed by the oath or affirmation of the party making it, and signed before an officer empowered to administer such oaths. filed in court in the couple's divorce proceedings. In the document, sworn on March 3, Suzanne claims Stout-Green threatened to kill her after she had dinner with another man.
She also claims: "He said he could kill me without getting caught and that I better put 911 on speed dial."
The couple, who have two teenage sons, separated in November 2004.
Had Suzanne taken the flight to Thailand with the drugs, police believe her estranged husband was prepared to call Thai police and tip them off.
That would have left her in Bangkwang prison, the notorious "Bangkok Hilton Bangkok Hilton is also a nickname for the Bangkwang prison 
Bangkok Hilton is a six-part Australian mini-series, made in 1989 by director Ken Cameron. " women's jail in Thailand, where many face the death penalty for dealing drugs.
Hiding place: Searched suitcase. Below, husband James Stout-Green' Checks: Bangkok airport, Suzanne's destination, has strict anti-drugs policy' Planted: A package of cocaine