Imagine you were wrongfully convicted of smuggling drugs into a country and spent 9 years in a pretty tough jail by our sorts of standards. ¬†You lose the best years of your life. ¬†On the outside, family, friends and government try to intervene and and you are finally paroled under strict conditions.
Pressure is building in Indonesia for Schapelle Corby to have her parole revoked after Indonesia’s deputy justice minister said she may have been “sneaking around the law” in her appearance on Australia’s Seven Network on Sunday.
The Corby family and Seven producers believed they would not be in breach of the Indonesian law if the¬†Sunday Night exclusive did not include an interview with Corby herself.
But Nasir Jamil, a member of Komisi III, the parliament’s justice and human rights committee, said Mercedes Corby doing the interview was “basically the same thing”. ¬† Read more »