Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Free Schapelle

Some say that admitting guilt would be the simplest way for Schapelle Corby to be released from the notorious Kerobokan Prison in Bali, Indonesia but an admission to the charge of importing about 9.3lbs. of marijuana is simply not in the cards for Schapelle as she has maintained her innocence since the ordeal claiming that the baggage handlers at the airport had planted the grass in her luggage. The charge carries a 20 year sentence in the small island country located in Southeast Asia. Already having served 7, Corby was originally scheduled for release in 2024, a series of remissions and discussions of clemency could have her home in Australia by 2015.

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