Thursday, June 16, 2005

611 Comments, Are U Guys CRAZY? :D

I don't think Schapelle Corby is big news anymore, once everybody got their money and fame [news media, weezil, you name it] then nobody will remember her.

Check out the stats from Trendwatcher below, the search for her name in Google and Yahoo is definitely declining to oblivion.

Meanwhile, she still guilty and will spend 20 years in prison [well, prolly will not 20 years..]

Other news worth mentioned is THIS BLOG HAS RECEIVED 611 COMMENTS to this day. :p

Thank you for all of the "healthy discussions" that we have together here. Makes me more convinced that she is guilty.

However, I think I came out a lot of smarter now not to called names to ALL Aussie, but only to so called vanishing CORBY CAMP. :P


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24 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hahaha I know who you are blogmaster! Your actual blog has no activities since you deal with this blog. How about the last posting? Wanna close this one? :)

1:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Schapelle Corby is innocent. I feel so sorry for her and I hope, that she will go back to Australia free or with reduced sentence. But, if she will cannot escape from this heell, then will be better when she will die as soon as possible. Death is better than "life" in Kerobokan hell. I hope that she will soon either free or dead. A matter of course better be, than she will escape alive from hell.

6:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah so pity...that's the fate of every drug dealer...

1:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No motive for bringing drugs into Indonesia; No attempt at trying to hide the drugs; No record of being a drug dealer in Australia. But, you guys still think Schapelle is guilty. Goes to show your lack of intelligence.

10:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Motive: price of Australian MJ much higher in Bali. Attempt to refuse open her bag. No record? there's always the first for everything, how about her father record? Failed to notice different weight. Blaming poor baggage handlers who know nothing, you're very intelligent mannnn...

1:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many people could Schapelle sell 4.1kgs of marijuana to in Bali? How many of Schapelle's alleged customers, if caught, would give up Schapelle's name in a deal to get a reduced sentence? Think about it, I doubt that a pot-head could get away from being noticed, after smoking marijuana in Bali. Two airport security checks and the likelihood of being caught in Bali would be plenty of motive NOT try drug smuggling.

12:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

plenty of motives TO, as well as NOT TO smuggle MJ . Accept this fact, and get life...

4:21 PM  
Blogger DIRIKU said...

Has anyone though of the possibility that it might have been Schapelle's little brother who tried to bring in the drugs?

4:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or maybe her sister and husband, well established in Bali with contacts (customers) got her to bring them in for her.

10:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"plenty of motives TO, as well as NOT TO smuggle MJ . Accept this fact, and get life... "

You sound like a broken record. Get some new info.

11:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Has anyone though of the possibility that it might have been Schapelle's little brother who tried to bring in the drugs?

Yeah, possibly. But I find it hard to believe that he could think that he could get drugs through 2 airports without detection as well. You guys (in Indonesia) can keep Schapelle, if it turns out that she confesses her guilt. No loss to Australia.

PT

12:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would also like to say that when Australians first heard about Corby's arrest, back in October, many Australians thought that she was guilty. Then, as information emerged that there had been police tampering with evidence, amongst other things, people started to believe that it was a set up. If the circumstances were that Schapelle had been accused of importing 100grams of marijuana, so many more people would believe in her guilt.

12:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

set up? why? Balinese people don't want to ruin their good relationship with Australians.. they have no profit in this case..

1:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many customs officials really give a damn about small business operators in Bali?

7:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

many of them have families whose life depend so much on Bali tourist industry. Don't FORGET about that fact.

1:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The guys could have atleast used some gloves when handling the evidence. The customs officer(s) wouldn't have been criticised, had they done that. Sounds to me that contaminating the evidence is one of the reasons that customs officials don't give a damn about their tourist-dollar reliant friends.

7:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

most of the customs officers in denpasar airport are Balinese. Most of their families rely on tourism industry. Some of them even have a side job as guide or other form in tourism business. They won't do anything stupid to ruin it. They won't.

1:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"most of the customs officers in denpasar airport are Balinese. Most of their families rely on tourism industry. Some of them even have a side job as guide or other form in tourism business. They won't do anything stupid to ruin it. They won't."

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Prove it, those are just words not evidence.

5:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can prove it if somebody gives me money to conduct a research on that matter. I'm sure my hypothesis can be proved...
The problem is: even there's a lot of money for research, you surely wouldn't be able to prove that that MJ was planted by baggage handlers.. baggage handlers who? :D

3:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If someone could prove that baggage handlers planted drugs into Schapelle's bag, then Schapelle wouldn't be in this mess in the first place. $40,000+ worth of drugs is a lot of drugs to be giving up in such circumstances.

Hopefully, when Schapelle has gone through the appeals (win, lose or draw), I want a guarantee that those drugs are shown in video footage being destroyed ...and not to simply vanish.

11:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm australian. I think Schapelle is guilty. It would make no sense to bring drugs from Australia to Bali as everyone says. Who says a drug trafficker is smart? She took the drugs there to make money. She's just too stupid to realise that she'd make more money selling it to the Australian market. Anyone that gets involved with illicit drugs is generally pretty stupid

1:33 PM  
Blogger leah said...

Before viewing the program "THE HIDDEN TRUTH" on channel 9 I was convinced that Schapelle was innocent but am now absolutely convinced otherwise. The program did Schapelle and her family no justice what so ever. I was absolutely discusted in how Shapelle and her family used the media, her legal team and Ron Basir throughout the trial. She is doing it so easy in Bali. She wouldnt have all the privalages if she were here in Australia. Australia doesnt love you Schapelle! Is Schappelle being treated for phsycotic delusions as apposed to severe depression? I think this is just one of Schapelles many attempts to gain sympathy from the Australian public. Schappele Corby is guilty and her family is definetly involved. Once free, Shapelle should seriously consider an acting career. Because every thing ive seen so far has been a complete act.

1:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

amazing, actually amazing. I never thought that humans can be so disgusting. there is a person. being locked in a cage. with no proof. all we have to learn about her is other peoples opinions. a stupid documentary. a stupid tv show. getting facts from other people who gain power on gaining viewers is not something that holds weight. No one knows if she is guilty or not. No one. We were not there. Plain and simple. So all of the people deciding the fate of a human really doesn't know anything about humans at all. you are not "god". You are a human.

1:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is what I think happened:

1. The Australian Gov had been watching the family and knew they were importing into Bali
2. Indo police/customs are not getting their 'bribe' for all this dope coming in. Police get pissed off.
3. Deal is sealed. They let her through (hence the dope going all the way through with no detection), she gets caught over there, more money for Indonesia. And before you say why would our Gov do that? Look at the Bali 9- one parent informed the federal police about the attempt before they even left for Bali- what did they do??? nada
4. Mercedes and her husband are known dealers in Bali
5. Aussie dope is expensive in Bali and is widely wanted
6. Mercedes husband has a cousin/friend in customs meant to take her bag off the belt before it come around to her- gets to the airport that day, sees police everywhere- goes home
7. She picks up her bag and believes the stuff has been taken out
8. Remember the first photos of her? SMILING....the last thing you would be doing if you had just been arrested and were innocent
9. I belive she knew, her family had been doing it for years and it was her turn to take it over.

11:25 AM  

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