Monday, June 06, 2005

SCHAPADLOCK



I see that we got busy weekend. Hope you guys out there realized now that CORBY IS GUILTY. :)

Schapadlock found at [info from an anonymous comment] : http://www.livejournal.com/users/escalfapolles/6463.html

22 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lame, lame, lame

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HOW CAN THAT 2 FACED FAMILY SLEEP
WHILE CASHING IN ON THE GIRLS PROFILE SO FAR THE MOTHER 100K THE SISTER 30K AND WHERE HAS THE PLUBLIC DONATED MONEY GONE???

7:22 PM  
Blogger The eye said...

Schapelle is a known small time drug dealer on the coast
the younger brother is in jail and is also a known dealer/user !!
the father 1 joint a long time ago doesnt matter.
the bag of dope fitted perfictly in the body board bag !!
no body buys a double body board bag and carrys one board !!
when you get off the plan in bali you collect your baggage and que for a visa for a long time them you que for customs in all that time often up to one and a half hours nobody noticed a foam board incresed in weight so much ??
when the sister who was waiting at the hotel ( why not pick up your sister a taxi maybe costs $5 )
came looking for her she walks straight into the customs room and first comment is quote OH NO not whats happened or whats going on !!
dope in bali is also worth more than here (in Austrailia ) as it is better quality than the wild grown stuff in bali !!
westerners prefer to buy from westerners as there are many under cover cops !!!

the Austrailian public have been scamed by this family

7:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THE SCHAPADLOCK is just ball shit where did you get that from your grandma well at least about90% of Austraila cares and the other 10% what would you do if that were your sister or daughter or mum?
SCHAPELLE IS NOT GUILTY here that someone cares

9:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

shut the FUCK UP

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"THE SCHAPADLOCK is just ball shit where did you get that from your grandma well at least about90% of Austraila cares and the other 10% what would you do if that were your sister or daughter or mum?"

Yup, 90% and how about 6 people only who showed up in supposed-to-be-big-mass demonstration in Brisbane?

4:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Yup, 90% and how about 6 people only who showed up in supposed-to-be-big-mass demonstration in Brisbane?"

Demonstrations are pointless, unless the demonstrators feel that they have something from it to gain. I see nothing that potentially thousands upon thousands of potential Schapelle Corby supporters would have personally gained from a demonstration.

12:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

90%??????? you never read the news then... several weeks ago last only 46%... and now? perhaps 10-15%?

1:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I reckon 90% of people are undecided whether Schapelle Corby is guilty of drug smuggling. You can keep her for good if soon Schapelle is proven guilty, though.

PT

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

QUESTION
WHY TAKE A BODY BOARD TO BALI ANYWAY WHEN HER BROTHER IN LAW HAS PART OWNER SHIP IN A SURF SHOP IN BALI
WHICH HIRES SURF BOARDS , BODYBOARDS ECT ??????

8:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WHY TAKE A BODY BOARD TO BALI ANYWAY WHEN HER BROTHER IN LAW HAS PART OWNER SHIP IN A SURF SHOP IN BALI

What's wrong with taking your own possessions? Schapelle is from the Gold Coast, after all. It's not as though a body board isn't as readily available from where Schapelle lives.

3:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

let me tell you she is a known dope dealer on the coast
she deserves to be in jail
( she will be out in 10 yrs any how )

1:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

no body brings up she worked as a hooker in Japan

1:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nobody has said that she is a hooker in Japan.

8:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

fact : she worked in a hostess bar in japan

4:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For sure, A Hooker needs weed

8:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My Dear Fellows,

Thank for supporting me. I am enjoying my time in Bali, drinking beer and smoke some joints.
Keep supporting me, please !!!
Keep buying the t-shirts that have my name and picture on it.

Regards,
Schapelle

8:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone have proof that she did it?

8:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Indonesia,

You would be pleased to hear that due to the publicity that has been generated by this Schapelle set up... er I mean, 'trial', tourist numbers to Bali have increased, and the cost of imprisoning Corby has in fact been neglible, due to Corby's parents paying for her food.

2:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ok, I live in Aus, and I always thought she was guilty. It just doesn't add up, like someone else said, if you noticed that much extra weight in a foam board, why would you take it through the checkpoint? A smart traveller always checks and doublechecks everything they take through, even if it looks/feels the same!

And she didn't have the look of an innocent woman, but a look that said 'How could this happen?? How could I get caught?
Innocent? Ha. If you want to be a sheep and believe what the media would have you believe about this 'poster child', then go ahead.

But I resent that this publicity- whore has taken up so much time that could be devoted to actual news.

7:01 AM  
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9:39 AM  
Blogger Cookie1 said...

“Overall, the exercise constituted the largest and most wide-scale exercise of FOI based information gathering ever to have been undertaken within the Commonwealth of Australia”

SOURCE INFORMATION AND PRIMARY EVIDENCE

Most of the material presented on this website www.expendable.tv was sourced through formal requests made under the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) of 1982. The use of this legislation yields copies of ‘official’ data: correspondence, transcripts, emails, records, documents, and a vast array of other information types. For any given subject, when requests are submitted across all relevant departments and agencies, the returns provide an unambiguous and clear picture of events and decision making.

In the case of Schapelle Corby, requests were submitted over a lengthy period, of five or six years. They were submitted on behalf of Schapelle Corby herself, so that her own personal data could be returned. Others were later submitted from relevant third parties, and through different individual citizens, in order to avoid target awareness of the huge investigative exercise which was underway.

After initial submissions and returns, follow-ups and appeals were undertaken, to seek and obtain further information. For every government department and agency at all relevant to the Schapelle Corby case, one or more such requests were pursued to their ultimate outcome. Supplementary requests were also submitted, again by different individuals, to obtain data pertaining to indirectly related aspects which might yield complementary background data.

The comprehensive and carefully executed project plan embraced the heart of the establishment, and included the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Attorney-General’s Department, the ACMA, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, the AFP, the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions, the Department of Transport and Regional Services, the ACLEI, the Prime Minister’s & Cabinet Office, the OAIC, the Australian Crime Commission, the ABC, and a multitude of other institutions and agencies.

10:22 AM  

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