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Australia's notorious woman drug smuggler returns from Bali - The Hindu

In this August 3, 2005 file photo, convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby stands behind bars before her appeal trial at the Denpasar court in the Indonesian island of Bali. Corby has since returned to Australia after her release following her ...and more »

Schapelle Corby's biggest supporters: Where are they now? - ABC Online

Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby has returned to Australia, more than 12 years after she was arrested and jailed for drug trafficking in Bali. Her case has contained numerous twists and turns, remaining in the public spotlight both in Australia ...and more »

Schapelle Corby: 13 years on, the case continues to divide Australians - ABC Online

The Queensland woman was caught by customs officials at Denpasar's Ngurah Rai Airport, arriving from Australia with more than four kilograms of cannabis wrapped in plastic in her bodyboard bag. The then-27-year-old immediately denied the drugs were ...and more »

Schapelle Corby leaves Bali, due to arrive in Brisbane Sunday morning - ABC Online

Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby has left Bali and is due to arrive in Brisbane this morning, more than 12 years after she was convicted of smuggling marijuana into Bali. There were chaotic scenes as she negotiated her way to the airport via the ...and more »

Schapelle Corby leaves Bali after last-minute flight change to avoid media - The Sydney Morning Herald

Bali: ​The media - so loathed by Schapelle Corby during her dark days in jail - got its comeuppance on Saturday, with the convicted drug smuggler hoodwinking it to the end with a canny flight swap. Corby had been booked on Virgin flight VA46 - a photo ...and more »

Schapelle Corby couldn't prove she was innocent of drug trafficking, says former attorney-general - ABC Online

It is often written that not since Lindy Chamberlain has the Australian public been so gripped and divided by a criminal case. In 2005, Ms Chamberlain-Creighton even penned a letter to Schapelle Corby. "My heart bleeds for you," she wrote. But there is ...and more »

Schapelle Corby: A made-for-TV story -

Now 39, Corby has spent the last three years on parole in Bali after serving almost 10 years of her original 20-year jail sentence inside Bali's notorious Kerobokan prison. The Schapelle Corby story had the makings of a telemovie from the beginning. A ...and more »

David Penberthy: If you can't obey laws overseas, cancel your passport - The Advertiser

LIFE can maintain a weird kind of equilibrium. So it is that as Schapelle Corby is set to return home after 13 years in a Bali jail and on home detention, another foolish Aussie, Cassie Sainsbury, looks set to spend a comparable period in the clink in ...and more »

Schapelle Corby, Drug Trafficker and Australian Obsession, Returns Home - New York Times

SYDNEY, Australia — Schapelle Corby left Australia for Bali in 2004 as a beach girl, another Gold Coast surfer who said she was just seeking a vacation and some waves. On Sunday morning, she finally returned home, but as a convicted drug trafficker ...and more »

Schapelle Corby arrives in Australia more than 12 years after drug trafficking conviction - ABC Online

Schapelle Corby has arrived home in Australia, touching down at Brisbane International Airport just after 5:00am, more than 12 years after she was convicted of taking marijuana into Bali. Key points: Schapelle Corby arrived at Brisbane International ...and more »