Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Controversy about Corby parole

Vice Chairman of the Indonesian Parliament, Pramono Anung, suspicious of government granted parole to Schapelle Leigh Corby, the queen of marijuana from Australia. He also saw government indecisive attitude in this case. He asserted that the government's decision to allow bail Corby, much of the sense of justice in Indonesian society, even hurt the people of Indonesia.

After being freed from jail in Kerobokan, Denpasar, Corby still hidden not want to expose themselves in public. She has not been out of the area of the villa where he lived today. Villa was named Sentosa Seminyak, located at Jalan Telaga Pura, Seminyak, Bali. The luxury resort is very well guarded. There were five or six men on guard at the front entrance area of the villa. The security check every guest. They also use a metal scanner or metal detector to every car that entered. Guests will enter the villa area where Corby lived questioned the identity, origin, and needs.

Journalists who would like to know the state of Corby should only be covered or do a live broadcast from outside the resort. However, Tuesday morning, Mike Willesee, Channel Seven reporter, Australian media getting an exclusive interview rights Corby, out of the villa where Corby lived.

Australian TV station, Channel Seven, was widely reported to be right the first interview with Schapelle Leigh Corby. It was rumored that the TV station was paid 1.8 million dollars. But reporter Mike Willesee said no agreement has been made, citing a report on the amount of money is "ridiculous", and asserts that the value of money is discussed with Corby is much lower than that reported.

Corby attitude that choose to stay in a luxury villa freed after criticism from many people. Corby previously rumored to be staying in the home of Mercedes, an older brother who is also a guarantor. However, Corby chose to stay at the villa. Corby decision is considered as a violation of his parole, so Corby should put back in jail.

I Gusti Ngurah Nyoman Winata, Customs officers who arrested Corby nine years ago, in an interview with Australian media, news.com.au, on February 6, 2014, when he tells the story of the capture Corby carrying 4 kilograms of marijuana at Ngurah Rai Airport. He was disappointed with the decision of the parole given by the government to Corby. According to a person involved in drug case should be severely punished. As a Customs officer who often get cases like this if he did not agree Corby was just let go.