Saturday, January 7, 2012

Schapelle Corby - Did The Australian Federal Police Do Even The Most BASIC Investigations? Another Freedom of Information Request


























UPDATE 25 JAN 2012 -EXPENDABLE THE MOVIE RELEASED, EXPOSING GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION AND COMPLICITY IN THE JAILING OF AN INNOCENT WOMAN


A Formal Freedom of Information Request to The Australian Federal Police

Good morning,

Re: Request for transcripts of the relevant AFP witness interviews

As explained at EXPENDABLE.TV with The Transit Report, if Schapelle's boogie board bag had contained 4.2 kilos of marijuana on check-in, it would have sparked a manual examination of the item. Further, senior airport sources told Courier Mail journalist Darryl Passmore the chances of such a large amount of stinking contraband getting past the many airport security checks were essentially "Zero."

It's also normal to assume that any professional policeman (who wasn't the recipient of bribes to look the other way, or terminally stupid), would have been highly suspicious of corrupt insider activity because . . .

1. A deliberate flow of marijuana FROM Australia, TO Bali does not exist - and never has (as confirmed by Australian Customs), for very obvious economic reasons (also underlined in numerous contemporary press reports).

2. Schapelle had no criminal history or criminal profile.

3. There was a long history of corrupt insider activity at Australian airports, including the use of another innocent passenger as an unwitting drug mule by the same baggage handlers who "Dealt" with Schapelle's bag.

4. There was direct evidence of corrupt interference with Schapelle's bag after check-in.

Therefore, I assume the AFP would have formally interviewed all the airport staff who dealt with her bag at and after check-in (as shown here, in this diagram within this report), to ascertain . . .

a) If any anomalies with her bag were noticed on check-in, or at any time afterwards - plus what actions were (or were not), taken in regard to that bag.

b) How and why her bag escaped the normal screening process.

I look forward to receiving the transcripts of those interviews.

Regards, Kim