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Indonesia threatens to revoke drug mule Corby's parole

Indonesia threatened to revoke parole for convicted Australian drug mule Schapelle Corby on Tuesday, warning her to "keep a lower profile" after a documentary about her release angered authorities. Corby, 36, whose case has been closely followed in Australia since her 2004 arrest in Bali, was freed on parole last month from a prison on the Indonesian resort island. But a documentary broadcast Sunday by Australia's Channel Seven, which featured an interview with Corby's sister Mercedes, brought a threat from Indonesia's justice minister.

Indonesia may revoke parole for drug mule Corby

Australian drug mule Schapelle Corby could have her parole revoked after a documentary about her release from jail, Indonesia's justice minister was quoted as saying Tuesday. The 36-year-old, whose case has been the subject of huge fascination in Australia since her 2004 arrest in Bali, was set free last month from Kerobokan prison on the Indonesian resort island of Bali. Under parole conditions she must remain in Bali until 2017. The Indonesian government also warned her against any interviews amid speculation of a million dollar deal with Australia's Channel Seven.

Australian police raid media firms over Corby deal

Australian police Tuesday raided the offices of a commercial television network and magazine stable over a tell-all deal with drug mule Schapelle Corby who was paroled in Indonesia last week. Seven Network employees said the Australian Federal Police (AFP) descended on their Sydney offices with a search warrant related to their reported securing of an exclusive interview with the 36-year-old on her nine years inside Bali's Kerobokan prison.

Australian police raid media firms over Corby deal

An Australian media firm raided by police Tuesday over a rumoured tell-all deal with paroled drug mule Schapelle Corby condemned the move as "disturbing", "regrettable" and unjustified. Seven West Media CEO Tim Worner confirmed that police descended on the offices of the company's Seven television network and Pacific Magazines to execute a "number of search warrants" related to Corby, who was released from prison in Indonesia last week after serving nine years for drug-smuggling.

Australian police raid media firms over Corby deal

Australian police Tuesday raided the offices of a commercial television network and magazine stable over a tell-all deal with drug mule Schapelle Corby who was paroled in Indonesia last week. Seven Network employees said the Australian Federal Police (AFP) descended on their Sydney offices with a search warrant related to their reported securing of an exclusive interview with the 36-year-old on her nine years inside Bali's Kerobokan prison.

Australian trafficker Corby released from prison in Bali

Australian drug trafficker Schapelle Corby, hiding her face from a media scrum, was hustled out of prison Monday to start the next chapter of her troubled life after more than nine years behind bars in Bali. The 36-year-old covered her features with a scarf and hat as she was released on parole and ushered into a minibus waiting outside Kerobokan jail on the Indonesian resort island, as camera crews and photographers fought to get a shot of her.

Australian trafficker Corby released from prison in Bali

Australian drug trafficker Schapelle Corby, her face veiled against a horde of press photographers, was hustled out of prison Monday to start the next chapter of her troubled life after more than nine years behind bars in Bali. The 36-year-old, who is now out on parole, covered her face with a scarf and hat as she was ushered into a minibus waiting outside Kerobokan jail on the resort island, as camera crews and photographers fought to get a shot of her.

Australian trafficker Corby released from prison in Bali

Australian drug trafficker Schapelle Corby was released from an Indonesian prison on parole Monday after more than nine years behind bars, racing past hordes of waiting journalists as scores of police stood guard. The 36-year-old covered her face with a scarf and hat as she was ushered into a minibus waiting outside Kerobokan jail on the resort island of Bali, as camera crews and photographers fought to get a shot of her.

Australian trafficker Corby released from prison in Bali

Australian drug trafficker Schapelle Corby was released from an Indonesian prison on parole Monday after more than nine years behind bars, racing past hordes of waiting journalists as scores of police stood guard. The 36-year-old covered her face with a scarf and hat as she was ushered into a minibus waiting outside Kerobokan jail on the resort island of Bali, as camera crews and photographers fought to get a shot of her.

Indonesian anti-drugs group slams Australian's parole

An Indonesian anti-drugs group said Sunday Jakarta's decision to parole Australian drug trafficker Schapelle Corby could put the "safety of our nation" at risk, as she prepared to leave prison on Bali. The 36-year-old, whose case has attracted huge attention in Australia, could be freed as early as Monday from Kerobokan prison on the tourist island after the decision to grant her early release.
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