UPDATE 25 JAN 2012 -EXPENDABLE THE MOVIE RELEASED, EXPOSING GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION AND COMPLICITY IN THE JAILING OF AN INNOCENT WOMAN
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Chris Barnes is the President of the Australia Indonesia Business Council, a former press secretary to a Liberal politician, and now in a senior position at the Commonwealth Bank - who are desperate t0 flog the business community a lemon (e.g. the most corrupt country in South East Asia), because of their extensive investments. But is it worth it? When even the simplest transaction is a money-leaching nightmare, and even your most senior executives could end up in a squalid hell hole, like Australian millionaire Chris Packer, and innocent tourist Robert McJannett.
Then there's another storm on the horizon, a story of heartbreak and pain that will very soon expose the filthy graft to the entire Globe (there's a documentary in production too). An innocent young Australian woman, sentenced to 20 years for a bag of marijuana, found in her luggage in extremely bizarre circumstances, while murderers, terrorists and major drug criminals walk away with a slap on the wrist. But then I guess it was worth someone's while to cover the corrupt backside of QANTAS (the corporation that employs career criminals). I imagine more than a bob or two exchanged hands there, as their dirt was swept under the carpet - and the silence from Macquarie Bank is deafening too.
Squalid Indonesian "Justice," on display to the World . . .