Minister yet to get Corby parole report
Indonesia’s justice minister is yet to receive a report on whether Schapelle Corby should be sent back to jail because of a controversial Australian television program.
Last week, Bali parole official Sunar Agus argued for Corby to remain in the community, after witnessing the 36 year old take a knife to her arm in an apparent bid to self harm.
He described her condition as ‘unstable’ and said it could be ‘reckless’ to put her behind bars again.
In the Seven program, which Indonesian officials advised the family against, Mercedes said the marijuana found in her sister’s bag in 2004 could have come from Indonesia.
She has since apologised publicly if the remarks caused offence.
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