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Schapelle Leigh Corby (born 10 July 1977) is an Australian woman who was convicted of smuggling cannabis into Indonesia.
She spent nine years imprisoned on the Indonesian island of Bali in Kerobokan Prison.
Corby's lawyers argued that she had no knowledge of the cannabis until customs officials at the airport found it.
Her defence centred on the theory that she had become an unwitting drug courier for what was supposed to have been an interstate shipment of drugs between Brisbane and Sydney in Australia.
Four customs officials present when her bag was first examined in Bali said she tried to stop the bag being opened, and that she had said "I have some..." Three of Corby's travelling companions claimed in their testimony that they had seen her pack the bag before leaving for the airport and that only the flippers and yellow bodyboard were inside it.
In contrast to the testimony of the customs officials, Corby said that she opened the bag herself at the customs counter.
Ford's wife stated that this was a consequence of evidence he gave at Corby's trial. Corby's mother claims that Corby requested the CCTV footage be shown in court, to which the judge replied, "We will use that if we need to". The four bags belonging to Corby and her companions were not weighed individually at Brisbane Airport, with a total weight of 65 kg being taken instead.
It was her first visit to Bali in four years, having several previous stopovers between Australia and Japan to visit her sister, Mercedes.
Passing through customs upon her arrival at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Corby was stopped by customs officers and found to have 4.2 kg (9.3 lb) of cannabis in a double plastic vacuum-sealed bag in her unlocked bodyboard bag.
A $A1,000,000 reward was offered for information to substantiate claims made by Ford about baggage handlers with no result.
Following his return from Bali, Ford was convicted of rape.