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Schapelle Corby returns to Australia 13 years after Bali drugs conviction - The Guardian

Corby arrives at Brisbane airport and evades media after last-minute change of flight, with security team member asking public to 'respect family's privacy'. Christopher Knaus and agencies. @knausc. Sat 27 May 2017 17.08 EDT First published on Sat 27 ...and more »

Schapelle Corby plays cat and mouse with media after arrival in Australia - Waikato Times

Passengers and airport staff talk about Schapelle Corby's arrival in Brisbane. Almost 13 years since she left Australian for a trip to Bali, convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby touched down on Australian soil on Sunday morning. The 39-year-old ...and more »

Schapelle Corby a free woman - The Sydney Morning Herald

Bali: Schapelle Corby is a free woman. In frenzied media scenes late on Saturday afternoon the former beauty student emerged from the Kuta villa that has been her home for three years, as a black, window-tinted car pulled up to transport her to freedom ...and more »

Schapelle Corby, her supporters' conspiracy claims and the media storm that awaits her - The Guardian

In the dozen years since Schapelle Corby arrived in Indonesia with just over 4kg of cannabis in a boogie board bag, neither the intrigue nor public enthralment with her case has waned. Corby, arguably the most famous Australian prisoner of her ...and more »

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

Schapelle Corby's trial and imprisonment on the Indonesian tourist island of Bali mesmerised her country for over a decade. Australian drug smuggler Schapelle Corby, whose trial and imprisonment on Indonesia's tourist island of Bali mesmerised her ...and more »

Schapelle Corby: A made-for-TV story - Stuff.co.nz

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 »

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 on cusp of flight back to Australia - Newshub

High-profile Australian drug mule Schapelle Corby is about to make her long-awaited return to Australia, nearly 13 years after she was arrested for possessing cannabis. There was initially some doubt that she would be cleared for deportation so soon ...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 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 »