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  1. Sheree Krider
    April 6, 2012 @ 2:58 pm

    I received this reply thru my email address so I am posting it here for everyone to see:

    “Subject: Get the facts on Schapelle
    Hi Sheeree / Katherine
    You might like to read my blog to get a broader understanding of the relationship between Indonesia and Australia. Schapelle’s case simply cannot be put down to corruption in Australia. You have these words from my blog atthe top of your entry.

    “Schapelle Corby was unjustly jailed in Indonesia. Why was she denied access to all evidence that could potentially clear her. Why did the Bali police say fingerprinting was not necessary? Why was the baggage not weighed as requested by Corby. Why was DNA testing refused to determine country of origin? What happened to all the security tapes at three International airports on the same day? Australia needs answers to these questions.”

    Simply put, Schapelle requested the drugs to be forensically tested. The AFP made the request to the INP for a sample for testing. It was refused. Why we will never know except that police the world over like to tidy up their evidence to make the conviction 100% certain. The INP failed to do that. Then Schapelle’s lawyers failed to make a request under the Mutual Assistance Agreement. Because the lawyers failed her, our government could not interfere as all requests for help must start with the defendant or their lawyers, not from our government.

    I hold copies of the AFP interviews with the man the EP group say was ignored and there is nothing in his evidence to support Schapelle that would be supported in law as it was all hearsay.

    Plainly and simply Schapelle was setup with the drugs inserted into her bag at Denpassar before it got to the pickup point. Read the entries in my blog for more information. http://www.saveschapellecorby.blogspot.com.au

    From Nev, [email protected]

  2. Sheree Krider
    April 6, 2012 @ 2:59 pm

    Reblogged this on U.S. Marijuana Party.

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