Monday, May 30, 2005

Schapelle Corby is innocent?

Yeah right, here some pointers if you really think she's innocent:

  • Get the real owner of the drugs to speak.
  • Find the airport worker who planted the drugs.
  • Put the whole Corby family through a lie-detector test. Maybe someone planted the drugs on her.
  • Put the customs officers through a lie detector test.
  • Put Schapelle though a lie detector test to jog her memory. Maybe there is a piece of evidence she has forgotten.
  • Put Dodgy Ron Bakir through a lie detector test to see what his real motives are regarding this case.
  • Put a bounty out for evidence leading to the conviction of the real drug owner.

  • From: http://www.baliblog.com/05-05/schapelle-corby-is-innocent.html

    When u guys managed the above, then we can talk some more. :)

    45 Comments:

    Blogger jeremy4444 said...

    Are you heartless?

    What is wrong with you?

    4:45 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    What's wrong with YOU?

    Are you blind that she's guilty?

    10:19 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Open your eyes, you idiot.
    You know yourself she is not guilty
    Let all the evidence prevail, and
    you will see for yourself.

    4:27 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    OH PLEASE, WHAT EVIDENCE???

    4:29 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    WHAT REAL EVIDENCE IS THERE TO SUPPORT HER GUILTY VERDICT?

    THE EVIDENCE PRESENTED TO THE COURT WAS OF COURSE THROWN OUT!

    COME ON MATE IS THERE JUSTICE?

    18 MONTHS FOR A BALI BOMBER AND 20 YEARS FOR CORBY?

    DO YOU THINK ITS FAIR?

    YES BALI MAY HAVE AN ANTI DRUG POLICY BUT FUCK THIS IS RIDICULOUS!

    IF SHE IS GUILTY DO YOU THINK 20 YEARS OF HER LIFE IS FAIR?

    WHEN A BALI BOMBER KILLED MANY AUSSIES AND IS ONLY SERVING 18 MONTHS.

    WHO'S TO SAY,THEY ARE NOT PLOTTING THERE REVENGE!

    IF THEY ARE I HOPE THEY BLOW UP ALL THE CORRUPT WANKERS OVER THERE! BE4 ANOTHER INNOCENT AUSSIE GETS TRAPPED IN THERE LEGAL SYSTEM

    9:33 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    BY THE WAY AUSTRALIA AS A NATION HAS AN ANTI MURDER POLICY! BRING THE BALINESE WANKER OVER HERE AND WE'LL GIVE HIM WHAT HE DESERVES! 18 MONTHS MY ARSE!

    9:35 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    SELF-RIGHTEOUS ASSHOLE.

    WHO SAYS LIFE IS FAIR?

    DON'T WANT TO GO TO PRISON, DON'T BE A DRUGS DEALER.

    9:42 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    WELL IF SHE WERE A DRUG DEALER THEN YES IT'S FAIR.

    BUT SHES NOT!

    WE SHOULDN'T BLAME HER FOR THE INDONESIAN MISTAKE OF 'NO SECURITY CAMERAS' & QANTAS FOR NOT SUPPLYING 'BAGAGGE WEIGHTS' DURING TRIAL.

    WHEN SHE ESCAPES YOUR SHIT HOLE COUNTRY THEN WE WILL BE LAUGHING UNTIL THEN...

    10:47 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    SHE'S NOT HAH! OPEN UR EYES.

    SHE'S GUILTY. PERIOD.

    10:50 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Glad you're so sure.
    Now, to these ludicrous "points"

    # Get the real owner of the drugs to speak.

    OH yeah, sure, the real owner of the drugs is going to come forward and put himself in jail - because drug dealers are so very, very ethical like that, aren't they?

    # Find the airport worker who planted the drugs.

    Well, airport workers who have been planting harder drugs have been found and sacked. Next?

    # Put the whole Corby family through a lie-detector test. Maybe someone planted the drugs on her.

    Can Indonesia afford lie-detectors? I for one would love for lie-detector tests to be done.

    # Put the customs officers through a lie detector test.


    Not our call, only the Indo courts can do that and they aren't planning on it, because they're Indonesian so they must be right. Hypocrites.

    # Put Schapelle though a lie detector test to jog her memory. Maybe there is a piece of evidence she has forgotten.

    You already said this, so short of evidence you need to repeat points?

    # Put Dodgy Ron Bakir through a lie detector test to see what his real motives are regarding this case.

    Yes, Ron Bakir is part of a conspiracy to smuggle soft drugs into Indonesia. Nice call with absolutely no evidence, but then again, Indonesia is used to doing that, isn't it?


    # Put a bounty out for evidence leading to the conviction of the real drug owner.

    Been done. Next stop? Oh right, that's the end of the list.

    Once again, absolutely nothing credible in the anti-Corby case.

    11:14 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    It would be so easy for the Indonesian judicial system to influence me that Schapelle is guilty of drug trafficking. The only requirement that needs to be done is for the prosecution to provide evidence like video or audio recordings showing Schapelle claiming to have admitted smuggled in marijuana. That would be sufficient evidence, from my point of view.

    So far, I find it very disturbing that judges in Bali can take the word of a customs officer over the word of a tourist. If the Bali judges can take the word of a customs officer as evidence, then they can't dismiss the word of a person being charged with the possession.

    11:14 AM  
    Anonymous CIB said...

    The only requirement that needs to be done is for the prosecution to provide evidence like video or audio recordings showing Schapelle claiming to have admitted smuggled in marijuana.

    They found 4kilos of cannabis on her bag, that sound like evidence to you mate?

    Million of tourists come to Bali, how many of them carry cannabis on her bag and claim they don't know anything about it?

    11:23 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Sounds like evidence there was cannabis in her bag. Whether it was hers or not - what you need to prove in a civilised country before you bang someone up in jail for twenty years - is the part that there is not one shred of physical evidence to support. Come back again when you've got something new to say.

    11:36 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Come back again when you've got something new to say.

    Nope nothing new. There was cannabis in her bag.

    11:50 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    yeah that's right us australians come from a civilised culture not a barbaric one such as yourself!

    there may be pot in her bag, but the scans of her bag in brisbane shows oh my god no drugs!

    wait did i just hear myself right... the indonesians are scum, barbaric human beings whom which we refuse to support if there were another crisis. I only wish the tsunami wiped all you fuckers out!

    11:54 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    yeah that's right us australians come from a civilised culture not a barbaric one such as yourself!

    wait did i just hear myself right... the indonesians are scum, barbaric human beings whom which we refuse to support if there were another crisis. I only wish the tsunami wiped all you fuckers out!



    HAHAH YEAH RIGHT, UR CULTURE SEEMS LIKE A CIVILIZED CULTURE.

    12:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    That is an overreaction based on understandable anger.

    It is not an institutionalised part of our justice system.

    SPOT THE DIFFERENCE.

    Look, clearly you are not open to reason, you sad, strange person. Don't bother replying to this, I'm going to return to the civilised world. Goodbye, strange one.

    12:06 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Look, clearly you are not open to reason

    I AM JUST MIRRORED WHAT U GUYS DO.

    Goodbye, strange one.

    KIND OF MAKES ME SPECIAL U CALLING ME STRANGE. THANK U.

    12:15 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    They found 4kilos of cannabis on her bag, that sound like evidence to you mate?

    No, that sounds like an accusation. People could one day plant drugs onto you or someone you know and then your or they could be subjected to the same harsh laws as Corby.

    Evidence is what you use to prove that Schapelle Corby tried to prevent a customs official from inspecting the contents of her bag, or confessed to owning the marijuana.

    Because there was no evidence to show proof in Corby's guilt, the judge should have thrown the case out of court. However, because of some out-of-date/illogical laws that Indonesia rules by, it is "guilty until proven innocent". I don't know why you would support such a stupid justice system. But, knowing your attitude so far, you are just a lost cause.

    1:38 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Why would someone (those corrupted baggage handlers...?) transport drugs on an airplane from Brisbane to Sydney? Then forgetting to remove it.... Why dont drive instead and avoid airport security? BTW: She has admitted to have carried the bag and should have noticed the weight difference. Reportedly the handle was destroyed...........And offcourse the indonesian custom officers are lying, too....

    12:13 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Give me a gun papa, I wanna kill Corby! Free Corby (But kill her later) hahahahhahahaha

    12:26 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    She has admitted to have carried the bag and should have noticed the weight difference.

    her brother carried it through to the customs officals!

    sweet corby is psychic now, i might ask her if my wife is having a boy or girl

    11:09 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Why would someone (those corrupted baggage handlers...?) transport drugs on an airplane from Brisbane to Sydney? Then forgetting to remove it.... Why dont drive instead and avoid airport security?

    That would be a good point, except for the fact that security doesn't exist solely at airports. Police can do random stoppages of cars and check for drugs.

    I think Schapelle was trying to be polite in court by blaming the planting of drugs by baggage handlers in Australia. There is always the possibility that Bali baggage handlers planted the drugs. So, if drugs of that quantity were not found in Sydney or Brisbane airport, then baggage handlers at those airports were either incompetent or lying. Or someone planted the drugs in Schapelle's possession in Bali.

    1:47 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    still on *someone must be planted* the drugs eh?

    ever heard of OCCAM RAZORS?

    THE SIMPLEST EXPLANATION IS MOSTLY THE CORRECT ONE.

    THE CANNABIS IS ON CORBY'S BAG BECAUSE (gasp) SHE PUT IT THERE.

    1:49 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    people may say that if she is guilty, she deserves what she is getting.

    we've all seen the war on drugs fail miserably in the developed world, so why people still believe this sentance is a solution is beyond me.

    and the developing world does not have to listen to us when they implement their laws ... so uptill here, fair enough

    but i what i dont get whatsoever, is why you spend your time making fun of people's misery ... you really got nothing better to do?

    this blog is without a doubt one of the most rediculous efforts anyone has ever made. and thats being polite

    if you actually had something to say - fair enough. but your arguments are shallow and all you wonna do is attract attention

    4:06 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    but i what i dont get whatsoever, is why you spend your time making fun of people's misery ... you really got nothing better to do?

    ok get this. i have better things to do (OF COURSE I AM HAHAH), I JUST WANT TO OPEN U GUYS EYES THAT CORBY IS GUILTY

    SO MANY MORONIC RETARD NOW THINK THAT SHE'S INNOCENT, GIVE ME A BREAK.

    SIMPLE FUCKIN FACT, OPEN UR FUCKIN EYE. CORBY IS FUCKIN GUILTY

    4:17 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    ok get this. i have better things to do (OF COURSE I AM HAHAH), I JUST WANT TO OPEN U GUYS EYES THAT CORBY IS GUILTY

    SO MANY MORONIC RETARD NOW THINK THAT SHE'S INNOCENT, GIVE ME A BREAK.

    SIMPLE FUCKIN FACT, OPEN UR FUCKIN EYE. CORBY IS FUCKIN GUILTY


    If you are so sure that she is guilty, then why don't you send in your evidence to support your case against Corby? I hope someone plants drugs on you. It would be poetic justice to see you contradict your own argument. Then you would be "opening your fuckin' eyes" to the fact that you are supporting a stupid legal system.

    9:10 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Can one of you "Corby is guilty" people give me an honest answer to this hypothetical scenario:

    Imagine a situation where a person walked into your unlocked Bali home (while you were at work) and planted 500 grams of marijuana in your home. Since you guys are so obsessed with believing Australian tourists are drug smugglers, let's say that an Australian planted the marijuana drugs there. After the smuggler leaves your home, he/she gets a local to make an anonymous phone call to the police to say that YOU are dealing drugs. The police come along to your house, find the drugs, and then arrest YOU for possession.

    But, because the smuggler used locally grown marijuana, the authorities can't trace it to an Australian tourist. Because the smuggler has used gloves, there are no traces of finger prints on the drugs or anywhere in your house that link to the drug smuggler.

    The police say that because you are the owner of the home, the drugs must be yours. The judges have to take the word of the police officers over you, and you get 10 years jail.

    What would you do to try and prove that you are innocent? Would you accept the decision of the judges that found you guilty?

    I have to ask this, because I want to know how you would deal with a set up like that.

    9:38 PM  
    Anonymous andy said...

    WHY would anyone smuggle marijuana into Bali when it's supposed to be cheaper there? And why would a pretty girl with good prospects do such a stupid thing anyway?

    That's the thinking behind the outpouring of vitriol in Australia after 27-year-old Schapelle Corby was found guilty and jailed for 20 years by a Bali court on Friday for drug trafficking.

    But, swamped by the chorus of calls for tourism boycotts, diplomatic protests, court appeals and even the return of tsunami donations, were the voices of Aussie legal experts who believe the Bali judges made the right decision.

    Separate the emotion from the evidence, they argue, and the case against the former beauty school student would have had her convicted in any country.
    Other reports pointed out that she's not the innocent-abroad her supporters have portrayed her as

    According to the Sydney Morning Herald, for Westerners who live in Bali, buying marijuana locally is extremely risky, as the seller could be an undercover cop or police informer.
    So, they will pay a premium to buy it off another Westerner.

    But The Australian unearthed court documents that showed her half-brother, Clinton Rose, 22, had an extensive criminal history.

    Six weeks before Corby was arrested, he was jailed for 18 months in Brisbane on 62 counts ranging from burglary to fraud. He also has two convictions for drug possession. Corby had visited him in jail before her own arrest.

    Her father, Mr Michael Corby, admitted to The Courier Mail that he had been fined A$400 for possessing two grams of marijuana when he was about his daughter's age.

    Like his daughter, he maintains to this day that the drugs were not his

    11:29 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Her father, Mr Michael Corby, admitted to The Courier Mail that he had been fined A$400 for possessing two grams of marijuana when he was about his daughter's age.

    Michael Corby said that a girl amongst his group of friends was using it. So, Corby was also punished along with his friends for possession.

    10:44 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I think she's not guilty because she just put cannabis in her bag, she doesn't have any intention to sell it...

    a 15 years old Australian.

    6:42 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Yep hon, and i would grow my backyard with cannabies and still be considered legal by the goverment. Hey, I have no intention on selling it.....

    Silly last post....

    10:41 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Sir, I must say that I protest! As you may be aware too, all of us, Corby's camp are silly... :P

    2:34 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Yep, got the proof right here kiddo ;)

    9:43 PM  
    Anonymous Kat said...

    Lie detector tests are easily manipulated and the results can't even be submitted as evidence in court. Anyone with a knowledge of the law (which the blogmaster obviously lacka) could tell you this.

    11:23 PM  
    Anonymous Kat said...

    *lacks

    11:24 PM  
    Anonymous pik said...

    This time I also couldn't agree more with you Kat, but pls don't blame blogmaster, he only quote from other site :)

    3:52 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Australia should give those illegal fishermen a six month long trial and twenty years in prison for illegally fishing Australian waters. They should call it piracy in Australian waters and be done with it.

    8:04 AM  
    Anonymous xDROWNINGxSTARSx said...

    QUIET FRANKLY U GUYS DNT KNO WHAT WENT ON N THE ONLY PERSON THAT DOES IS HER.
    SO U GUYS HAV NO RITE PUTTIN HER DOWN WHEN U DNT KNO SHIT ALL BOUT THAT POOR CHICK SO BAK OFF. DNT U HAVE A HEART THOSE WHO THINK SHE SHOULD DIE SO WHAT THERE HAS BEEN WORSE DRUGS IMPORTED THEN THAT IN BIGGER QUANTITIES. AND THIS IS ALL COMIN FROM A 13 UR OLD N DNT CALL ME KIDDO OR SUM SHIT LIKE THAT U DUM FUKS!!

    4:59 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Schapelle is innocent. That's why they took 5years off her sentence, because they said there was no money in it for her to take 4.1kg of marijuana into the country.

    If she was a courier, then still the courier would get no money in return. Do you think for a split second anyone would risk there life for the sake of a nil $ return?

    3:36 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    A blind man can see that Schapell didn't do it.

    Drug Dealer. She doesn't even look the type.

    Stay strong Schapelle. We all love you, we know you didn't do it.

    I think the governemnt should give her a 1st class ticked to Hawaii when she comes home.

    3:40 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    FUCK CORBY
    CORBY BITCH

    8:41 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Corby is Guilty
    I'll Allow Her to Kiss My Ass

    8:42 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi I'm from Mexico we have big problem here with the drug trafficants and the drug is causing a lot of problems but in my point of view 4.2 k of marihuana is not a big deal here you can get it for a 100 us dlls in the Sierra grows naturally so getting 20 years of prison for that amount is ridiculous I do not know if she is guilty or not but for 4k 4 years is more than enough
    the culture in asia is weird they just think different but if they think that doing this the world is going to have a good image from the goverment they are simply wrong.

    God help this girl

    8:21 AM  
    Anonymous tonytwotone said...

    Possession is nine tenths of the law...Her bag ,her responsibility...full stop...!! She comes from a family heavily involved in cannabis , it's sale and distribution...not that automatically makes her guilty ! But she's such a lovely girl , so pretty she couldn't possibly be involved in drugs....lol..! The reality is is that her sister used her as mule to bring in the drugs due to a shortage of high quality marijuana in Bali. ! All you Womans Day & Weekly readers who believe she's innocent wake up and smell the marijuana ! oops I mean coffee. The judicial system has found her guilty end of story...There are Australians that are in jails around world who are innocent ! Chapelle Corby isn't one of them...! Wake up !

    4:50 PM  

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