Schapelle Corby's insistence she knew nothing about the bag of marijuana Sins of the Father by Sun-Herald journalist Eamonn Duff adds. Eamonn Duff - Sins Of The Father - The Schapelle Corby Smears. The latest fabrications, disgracefully published by Allen & Unwin, will cause yet more damage. The damages were awarded after the book 'Sins of the Father' by Eamonn Duff claimed Schapelle's father Mick Corby ran a drug syndicate that.
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Sins of the Father: The Untold Story Behind Schapelle Corby's Ill-fated Drug Run by Eamonn Duff
Please, i Hmmm, well written but full of holes and no evidence whatsoever. Please, it's just rediculous! How the media could run this, yet hide the government's cables and letters from the public, is also beyond comprehension.
They have black and white proof that 5kg was added to the weight of Schapelle Corby's bag after she checked in. They have black and white proof that her boogie-board bag was the only one not scanned at Sydney Airport.
Sins Of The Father, Eamonn Duff: THE TRUTH
Ms Rose finally settled her defamation action in the middle of this year after both Mercedes and Michael Corby had settled theirs in August last year. Schapelle Corby was convicted of drug smuggling marijuana in Bali inand received 20 years in jail.
She was released on parole in February but so far must remain in Bali, according to Indonesian law. One buyer, according to Duff, was Schapelle's father, the now-deceased Mick Corby. Mick, Duff maintains, was at the time supplying Australian hydro-marijuana to Bali and paying an "inside man" at the airport to ensure it entered OK.
But in the years since her arrest, sins of the father corby steady stream of details have been published that undermine her account that she sins of the father corby an innocent abroad. Her father's two convictions for drug use are just one piece of evidence that hurt Corby. Corby's sins of the father corby James Kisina, who was with her on the trip to Bali, was later jailed after he was involved in an assault and theft of drugs and money from a drug dealer.
With the country so polarised, then foreign minister Alexander Downer was cautious about commenting on the Corby case but has now been interviewed by Duff.