UPDATE 25 JAN 2012 -EXPENDABLE THE MOVIE RELEASED, EXPOSING GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION AND COMPLICITY IN THE JAILING OF AN INNOCENT WOMAN.
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Addit - Dean Carolyn Evans replies, and here's some more shocking information about Prof Tim Lindsey's connections (released 27 October 2011)
I am lodging a formal complaint with yourself, in relation to your staff member Prof Tim Lindsey. On the 27 May 2005, he told the Australian media that Schapelle's 20-year sentence was "Light" by Indonesian standards. That was a very serious step, and it's not something he should have done without clear and direct evidence for his opinion.
I have sought (without success), some feedback from Tim Lindsey re the basis of that interview, such as tangible case precedents, because it's since emerged that a leading Indonesian law expert had a directly opposing view. It seems the highest sentence given to any Indonesian for a similar crime was just 5 years, and that one Indonesian found with 161 kilos of marijuana (nearly forty times as much as Schapelle), was sentenced to half as much time her. He got just 10 years.
Therefore Carolyn can you do one of two things for me please - either issue a public apology for Tim Lindsey's public statement of 27 May 2005 (and thus correct the public record), or provide some evidence to back up his claims. I look forward to your swift response, given the serious nature of this issue.