Saturday, December 10, 2011

Schapelle Corby - Time To Sue the Australian Government?

Considering the latest news about Fred Martens, I most certainly think it is - for these very good reasons . . .

  • Hiding primary evidence, e.g. the fact Schapelle’s boogie board bag was not entered into Sydney Airport Corporation’s computerised luggage handling systems, and was (quite illegally), not screened before it was loaded on to her flight to Indonesia.

  • Failing to explain why Qantas/Sydney Airport baggage handlers, who the AFP openly admit were engaged in major criminal acitivity (on the day Schapelle flew), were never arrested or charged.

  • Failing to formally and officially object (to Indonesia), re:

  1. The unprecedented severity of Schapelle’s sentence.
  2. Their failure to weigh Schapelle’s luggage on arrival.
  3. Their failure to preserve a single shred of CCTV, relating to her arrest and interrogation.
  4. Their failure to treat the physical evidence in an appropriate manner, and their failure to arrange appropriate forensic testing.
  5. Their failure to provide any evidence that Schapelle was “Trafficking” marijuana, despite the fact she was convicted of “Trafficking” in the most bizarre circumstances, as a flow of this drug FROM Australia, TO Indonesia does not exist, and never has - for very obvious economic reasons.