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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: SuperD]
    #15347975 - 11/10/11 02:45 AM (8 years, 10 months ago)

It's amazing that we as a collective have allowed this sort of treatment of our brothers and sisters. What exactly are they trying to prove? I doubt they're society is any better because they caught this girl with marijuana. The most benign drug our planet has. I find it very hard for the people who point at her and say she in any ways deserves any sort of punishment. Yes, she may have made a choice, but this sort of punishment is out of whack. It's a matter of degree and just because you knew the consequences doesn't mean you deserve the punishment. Wrong is wrong, and we have to face the people who have us put behind bars. They claim we have the disease, but i disagree. I think the real disease lies on these very people. Who merrily prey on others.


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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: YouBiffed]
    #15348509 - 11/10/11 07:48 AM (8 years, 10 months ago)

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It's amazing that we as a collective have allowed this sort of treatment of our brothers and sisters. What exactly are they trying to prove? I doubt they're society is any better because they caught this girl with marijuana. The most benign drug our planet has. I find it very hard for the people who point at her and say she in any ways deserves any sort of punishment. Yes, she may have made a choice, but this sort of punishment is out of whack. It's a matter of degree and just because you knew the consequences doesn't mean you deserve the punishment. Wrong is wrong, and we have to face the people who have us put behind bars. They claim we have the disease, but i disagree. I think the real disease lies on these very people. Who merrily prey on others.





I find it ironic, that you bring up "right and wrong", when it seems like, to me, the real story behind this is a father taking advantage of his daughter. :shrug: What an interesting story this has turned out to be.

To explain myself;

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Schapelle Corby was the scapegoat for her father, an experienced drug dealer who packed more than four kilos of marijuana into her luggage and sent her to Bali, a new book claims.

Corby willingly took the fall when the drugs were discovered at Denpasar Airport in October 2004, leading to a 20-year jail term at the notorious Kerobokan prison, it says.





I understand that cannabis possession should not be a crime. OBVIOUSLY, if you have ever read anything I have ever said before.

But I cannot ignore the circumstances; whoever her father is, he is a bastard, for allowing his daughter to take part in this, as he obviously knows the dangers of getting caught...especially to a fucking place like Bali!!!

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Mick Corby died from cancer in 2008, having always denied having knowledge of the drugs found in his daughter's belongings.




So he let his daughter take the fall for his cannabis? I cannot ignore how wrong that is. You would think that, as a drug dealer, you would want to AT LEAST protect the ones that you love, especially ones own flipping daughter. The fact that he would let his daughter go down, and spend all this time in a god awful prison in some fucked up country...that to me is just plain wrong, and it makes him seem like quite the douche bag. :shrug:

I know it should be legal, and I know this should not have happened, if we are talking about justice. This father knows what the law is, having been in the game for so long. What a fucking asshole, to let his daughter do this for him.

She definitely does not deserve to be in prison :sad: this is one hell of a tragedy though. You can't write tragedy that is this poignant.

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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: LongStrangeTrip]
    #15350017 - 11/10/11 03:12 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

I agree, as a father it's your responsibility to take into the account the welfare of your child. But placing people in these perilous circumstances is also asinine.
The father should be ashamed, society should be ashamed, and that girl shouldn't have had this lot in life. You only get one...


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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: LongStrangeTrip] * 1
    #15350351 - 11/10/11 04:13 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

You are making an assumption that these wild accusations presented in this book are true. There is no evidence that Mick Corby was a drug dealer or had any links to the drug trade, according to the police who investigated the matter.

Numerous theories have been presented over the years to explain how the marijuana ended up in Schapelle's bag. It is easy, and low, to point the finger at a dead man, her father. This appears to be a work of fiction and just another person trying to make money off of and exploit Schapelle's terrible situation.


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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: veggie]
    #15350635 - 11/10/11 05:17 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

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You are making an assumption that these wild accusations presented in this book are true. There is no evidence that Mick Corby was a drug dealer or had any links to the drug trade, according to the police who investigated the matter.

Numerous theories have been presented over the years to explain how the marijuana ended up in Schapelle's bag. It is easy, and low, to point the finger at a dead man, her father. This appears to be a work of fiction and just another person trying to make money off of and exploit Schapelle's terrible situation.




Well shit Veggie, can't argue with words like that :oldman:

Your right, I was assuming that was true :shrug:

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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: LongStrangeTrip]
    #15352281 - 11/10/11 09:44 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

Dude whoah!  Just read this whole thread.  I really hate indonesia now.  Its quiet rediculous and out of porportion. This is insanity at its worse.


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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: lositos]
    #16713786 - 08/17/12 10:44 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/indonesia-reduces-schapelle-corbys-drug-smuggling-conviction-paving-the-way-for-her-parole/2012/08/17/944dcc70-e860-11e1-9739-eef99c5fb285_story.html

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Schapelle Corby’s lawyer says the Australian could be released from prison in Indonesia next month after her sentence was reduced.

Corby was convicted in 2005 of smuggling marijuana into Bali and sentenced to 20 years’ in prison, including time spent awaiting trial. In May, Indonesia’s president reduced her sentence by five years. Friday’s six-month reduction means she has now served two thirds of her sentence and is eligible for parole.

Lawyer Iskandar Nawing says they are arranging necessary guarantees from the Australian Consulate and Corby’s family to apply for parole next month. He says he expects Corby to be released late September.

The 34-year-old Corby was among 58,595 prisoners across Indonesia whose jail terms have been reduced to mark Independence Day. More than 2,200 were freed.


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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: dwpineal]
    #16713801 - 08/17/12 10:48 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

I'll never visit Indonesia, or anywhere like it so long as I live and those laws remain as they are.



Truthfully, America is becoming very much the same.  If someone slipped flowers into your bag you'd be in jail for a long time depending on where it happened.  Oklahoma?  They might sentence you to more time than Schapelle got.


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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: Humility]
    #16714659 - 08/17/12 02:41 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Lovely planet we live on, isn't it?  This place could be paradise if we allowed it to be but humans have a long way to progress before that happens.


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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: SuperD]
    #16715811 - 08/17/12 06:32 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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Lovely planet we live on, isn't it?  This place could be paradise if we allowed it to be but humans have a long way to progress before that happens.




We can create our own personal paradise. Just live in the country and produce for yourself, and separate yourself from society as much as possible. If more people start becoming self-determined and self-sufficient, break away from the constraints placed upon us, we could really stick it to the government's market control laws. When you rely on the system they have provided, you buy into slavery.


I really hope this poor woman gets out next month. That would be a relief to all free-minded people.


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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: chrissake]
    #16717261 - 08/17/12 10:38 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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SuperD said:
Lovely planet we live on, isn't it?  This place could be paradise if we allowed it to be but humans have a long way to progress before that happens.




We can create our own personal paradise. Just live in the country and produce for yourself, and separate yourself from society as much as possible. If more people start becoming self-determined and self-sufficient, break away from the constraints placed upon us, we could really stick it to the government's market control laws. When you rely on the system they have provided, you buy into slavery.


I really hope this poor woman gets out next month. That would be a relief to all free-minded people.




You forgot to add "and don't get caught"

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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: LongStrangeTrip]
    #16719415 - 08/18/12 10:14 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Well I wasn't necessarily implying that any illegal activities would be going on (although of course they would be, on small personal scale)

But yeah, don't get caught. If you are out in BFE country, minding own business, with all questionable activites done inside, you'd be gold. Also, make sure to post No Trespassing signs (don't know if that matters or not)


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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: chrissake]
    #21386574 - 03/10/15 01:24 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Hi Everyone - I'm new to the forum, pls be nice & don't label me a troller.  The Bali9 case has got me really interested seeing that its in the headlines. 

Any case, we all have our own personal opinion on the death penalty law in Indonesia & forthcoming execution plan of Sukumuran & Co.

Can someone pls tell me if Schapelle Corby was framed in Indonesia ?  Did someone plant the dope in her bag, there seems to be strong evidence to show that the check-in weight was 4kg "less" than the weight during customs check-in.

Also, who would be dumb enough to neatfully place 4kg of dope in a clear bag & place all of it in a body bag, almost like packing a gift hamper.

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Re: Schapelle Corby Case [Re: dwpineal]
    #21440279 - 03/21/15 07:05 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Just a couple updates.

http://www.news.com.au/world/schapelle-corby-released-from-balis-kerobokan-jail-after-nine-years/story-fndir2ev-1226822322775

Schapelle Corby released from Bali’s Kerobokan jail after nine years

SCHAPELLE Corby’s family are relieved the convicted drug smuggler has been released from Kerobokan jail in Bali.

Schapelle’s sister, Mercedes, in a brief statement emailed to journalists thanked her sister’s supporters.

“We’ve been waiting almost ten years for this moment - it’s very emotional for Schapelle and our family. We are all very relieved and happy,’’ the statement said.

READ: INSIDE CORBY’S SECRET HIDEAWAY



Unmasked ... Corby is briefly spotted without her scarves and hat on. Source: Supplied

“Thank you for everyone who has been there for us and supported us all these years.’’

Prime Minister Tony Abbott was asked about Corby’s release when he fronted the media in Canberra.


Masked ... Corby makes a strange sight at the corrections bureau. Pic: Sonny Tumbelaka. Source: AFP


“I am sure that this is a happy day for her, her family and her supporters,” he said.

“As far as I am concerned I suppose one aspect of a long saga, one chapter in a long saga, is closed.”

After nine years behind bars in Bali, Schapelle Corby got her first taste of freedom today — propelled into a massive media frenzy.

With her head down and face hidden by a hat and scarves, the 36-year-old convicted drug smuggler was bundled out of Kerobokan jail and taken for processing at the prosecutor’s office and parole board before being whisked away to the luxury Sentosa Seminyak hotel.

A huge media pack and scores of guards followed her every move — with Corby seen shaking and crying at times amid the chaos.

Her face has not yet been seen — with Corby believed to have signed an exclusive interview deal with Channel Seven — but official parole papers included a passport photo showing her with hair pulled back, wearing a black top with blue collar.


Mercedes Corby outside Kerobokan prison. Picture: Bradley Hunter Source: News Limited

In a day of high drama, Corby was hustled into a prison van at about 8.20am local time in a matter of seconds. The vehicle then revved away amid a massive media scrum desperate for pictures or a comment.

Prison governor Farid Junaidi said Corby had seemed OK as she left.

“She was fine when she left, only a little anxious and she asked why there were so many people and reporters,” he told journalists outside the jail.

After a short drive, Corby was rushed into the local prosecutor’s office, head still down.

With members of the media literally falling over themselves around her, Corby was ushered into the building and into an office escorted by guards. The doors were then closed.

Guards had earlier been heard yelling “get out, get out, get out” to Corby as media mobbed the van’s door.


Chaos ... Corby, with hat and scarves, is escorted by police. Pic: Bay Ismoyo. Source: AFP


The prison van had travelled from the jail with lights on and with a police escort, arriving at the prosecutor’s office within nine minutes.

The prosecutor, Agung Kusimantara, later told media through a translator that Corby was “crying, in trauma from what the press did to her”.

READ: THE PAROLE OFFICER WHO WILL KEEP TABS ON CORBY

“We don’t know if she feel OK or happy or sad, we don’t know,” he said.

Corby was forced to lift the scarves from her face inside his office to be identified.

It was just her, the prosecutor and one corrections person inside the room.


Parole papers ... a passport-style photo of Corby on the official parole papers. Source: Supplied

After 37 minutes inside the office, where she was fingerprinted amid other procedural measures, she was hustled back out and into the van for the journey to the next stop — the corrections office, for further processing.

READ: JAILED AUSSIES HAPPY FOR CORBY

A photograph of the official release papers showed a passport photograph of Corby with her hair pulled back, wearing a black top with a blue collar.

Three of her fingerprints can be seen over the top of the picture.


Masked figure ... Corby is escorted by police and prison officials. Pic: Bay Ismoyo. Source: AFP

Twenty-two minutes after leaving the prosecutor’s office, Corby arrived at the parole board, where she chewed gum as she signed documents with her brother-in-law Wayan Widyartha by her side.

Corby stood with Wayan and parole officer Putu Andiyani with a scarf wrapped tightly about her face as the corrections boss Ketut Artha explained she must obey her parole conditions.

She nodded repeatedly.


Covered up ... Corby can be seen unravelling her head dress for the authorities. Source: Supplied

Artha said even he was allowed only a peek at Corby’s face during their meeting.

“I actually wanted to give her lots of directions, but in the situation it was not possible,” he said.

“Lots of questions were unanswered. And when she answered, she only said yes.”

She later shook hands with Artha and left his office through a side door to be taken away by one of four waiting black vans.


Paperwork ... Corby deals with the necessary bureaucratic steps. Source: Supplied

It soon became apparent that Channel Seven may have nabbed an exclusive interview, with Sunday Night reporter Mike Willessee and producer Andy Byrne waiting outside the corrections office to whisk Corby away.

READ: BISHOP SAYS RESPECT CORBY’S PRIVACY

Their convoy drove the main road from Denpasar to Kuta with about 25 motorbikes surrounding them.

In manic scenes, TV cameramen rode on the back of the bikes trying to shoot pictures through the windows of the vehicles.


Whisked away ... One of the vans that took Corby away to a private resort. Source: Supplied

There were four black vans travelling at slow speed, about 20kph.

The convoy eventually pulled into the Sentosa resort in Seminyak, which boasts 43 private three, four and five-bedroom villas with swimming pools and sundecks set amid lush tropical gardens and lotus ponds.

Inside, each villa boasts an open-plan living and dining area with a fully equipped kitchen, marble bathrooms and air-conditioned bedrooms with flat-screen TVs and internet access.


Luxury ... the Sentosa villa resort where Corby has been taken. Source: Supplied

In the brief glimpses the media got of Corby, she appeared to be wearing a short-sleeved white top with a black garment over it, plus a number of scarves and black pants.

On her head, above the scarves, was a black, white and red checked hat — which effectively shielded her face.

Back in Australia, her mother Rosleigh Rose had whooped with joy and sprayed champagne from the steps of her Queensland home to celebrate the news.

She laughed and shouted with happiness in a brief appearance outside her home at Loganlea, south of Brisbane, after watching the news footage on TV.

“It was just beautiful to see my beautiful Schapelle come out from those doors,” Rose told Channel Seven.


In transit ... Corby pictured inside the prison van from Kerobokan prison. Pic: Brad Hunter. Source: DailyTelegraph

A friend of the Corby family earlier said they were “in tears and screaming with excitement”.

“They can’t believe the news that she is finally out,” they said.

More than 100 police officers had been on hand to ensure the convicted drug smuggler’s safety after nine long years in Kerobokan prison.

Her release came after officials confirmed that they had all the necessary documentation and a corrections van was backed up to the gate of the jail.


In the spotlight ... Corby covers her face as she leaves Kerobokan prison. Pic: Johannes Christo. Source: AAP

Her brother Michael and half-sister Meleane were among the waiting crowd.

Michael Corby exclusively told News Corp that Schapelle was relaxed and ready to walk free.

“We have waited 10 years for this day haven’t we? I think she will be just fine. We have told her just go with the flow. There is nothing we can do about it.

“She just said: it’s time to get out.”

Badung Police Office deputy head Agus Nugroho had earlier explained that 106 police personnel were brought in to safeguard the release process.

“This security is based on the request of the head of the prison,’’ he said.


Media scrum ... reporters gather outside Kerobokan prison. Source: Supplied

Corby was officially granted parole on Friday but was forced to wait out the weekend until the necessary paperwork was received by prison bosses.

There were still bureaucratic hurdles for her to jump through, however.

She had to go to the prosecutor’s office for paperwork and fingerprinting before going to the corrections office, known as Bapas, to be interviewed further.

Corby was then be free to go to the address she has nominated on her parole forms, the Kuta home of her sister Mercedes and brother-in-law Wayan.

However, for now, she has seemingly been whisked away by Channel Seven.

The Changing Faces of Schapelle

While debate reignites in Australia about Corby’s guilt or innocence, anger is growing in Indonesia at her expected release.

The judge who sentenced Corby to 20 years in prison lashed out on the weekend, saying he was right to jail the drug smuggler.

Queenslander Corby was caught at Ngurah Rai airport with 4.2 kilograms of cannabis in a bodyboard bag in late 2004.

Schapelle Corby As it Happened

Her sentence was reduced to 15 years after she won a clemency plea to Indonesia’s President.

Her parole bid was a complex, months-long process which repeatedly ran into bureaucratic hurdles. The process sped up in the past week when a justice ministry parole board in Jakarta finally heard her case.

Her application included letters of support from the Australian government, as well as her family, the head of the Balinese village where she will live and Kerobokan prison.



She will have to report regularly to authorities in Bali while on parole and while she will be allowed to travel to other parts of Indonesia, it will only be with prior permission from the authorities.

She cannot return to Australia until 2017.

There are now eight other Australians in Kerobokan jail — seven members of the Bali Nine and another man serving 18 years on drugs charges.


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Schapelle Corby’s Daily Struggle [Re: motaman]
    #21440286 - 03/21/15 07:07 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

https://au.lifestyle.yahoo.com/who/latest-news/a/26271884/schapelle-corby-s-daily-struggle/

Schapelle Corby’s Daily Struggle




One year after her release from prison, Schapelle Corby is struggling to rejoin society.

Corby’s close friend Ally Jeffers, who was one of Corby’s travelling companions on her fateful 2004 trip to Bali, tells WHO that Corby’s family are encouraging her to “get out more” after she developed fears of “being watched” and being around new people.

“Being in prison for that long has taken a toll on her,” says mother-of-two Jeffers, who visited Corby, 37, in Bali. “I think it will take longer than a year for her to get back to her old self.”

Corby, who served nearly 10 years in prison for attempting to smuggle 4.2kg of marijuana into Bali in 2004, lives in the Kuta home of her sister Mercedes and her family. Jeffers, who lives on the Gold Coast, says Corby cooks for Mercedes’s three children, likes to watch The Bold and The Beautiful and is learning how to use the internet. “She has her own room and ensuite,” says Jeffers, 35. “She has magazines and photos of friends and family in her bedroom.”

But Corby, who must remain in Bali until 2017 as part of her parole conditions, suffers bad days. “That has a lot to do with being incarcerated for nearly 10 years,” says Jeffers. “When she does go out in public she looks over her shoulder as she feels she’s being followed. She’s not comfortable with a lot of people around her or people she doesn’t know. Her close friends and family are just trying to get her out more to get used to the idea of being in society. She still jokes around, though, and tries to make light of things. She says: ‘Make love not gossip.’ That’s her motto.”

And she hopes to one day start a family. “Schapelle loved spending time with my two-year–old son, Ethan,” says Jeffers. “She adores him and says, “He’s so cute.” She loves kids and one day wants to have kids of her own.


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Re: Schapelle Corby’s Daily Struggle [Re: motaman]
    #21443297 - 03/22/15 04:11 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

too bad shes still stuck in indonesia for another two years. but it's nice to see shes finally out, after following this thread for so many years. it's nice to see a veggie thread.


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