Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Monday, August 30, 2010
Saturday, August 28, 2010
"Alan Conwell was a former officer with the New South Wales Police Drug Enforcement Agency and was adversely mentioned in the Royal Commission into Police Corruption in 1996. During the commission he was mentioned in relation to Michael Hurley, who is now wanted for his alleged connection to an international cocaine ring." ABC
Friday, August 27, 2010
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
"The Bali bombers will soon have their life sentences reduced to 20 years (press reports, 24 Aug 2010), the same sentence imposed on Schapelle, for allegedly smuggling 4.2 kg of marijuana, though every shred of evidence she pleaded for was trashed. The Bali police burnt the drugs (and the bag), and point blank refused tests for plant source, fingerprints and human DNA. They also failed to weigh her luggage, to compare the outcome with the Brisbane check-in result, even though she desperately begged for this proof of her innocence. What in hell is going on? Is an extremely dodgy conviction for 4.2 kg of pot worth the same penalty as preparing the explosives that killed 202 people?"
Monday, August 23, 2010
Sunday, August 22, 2010
- 61% of Fairfax readers want her home NOW
- 58% of Australians are unsure of Schapelle's guilt, or think she's innocent.
- Schapelle will continue to be front page news on the women's magazines, for as long as she remains imprisoned.
- There was a massive, nationwide campaign to free Schapelle, leading up to the 2010 Federal election, with hugely warm support from ordinary people. Cars honked, and passers by eagerly volunteered to hold signs.
- This ongoing (global), Facebook campaign will continue to excoriate QANTAS - adding a potential audience of 30 million each week, and there will also be outreach to the global media (news print, TV, radio, T-shirts & mugs). Why were the sacked baggage handlers never charged, and why did the airline "Lose" every frame of CCTV, on the same day their staff allegedly smuggled millions of dollars worth of drugs . . . ?
- Why was the Australian source of the drugs found in Schapelle's bag never investigated?
- This ongoing citizen investigation will inform the next best seller.
- Flyers like this are not good for bi-lateral relations, and resonate strongly with major sections of the population.
- There is a strong possibility of civil court action.
- Public outreach will target all areas, but with particular regard to key spots.
- The ABC lied about Schapelle (investigation ongoing).
- Fairfax media published fraudulent information (investigation ongoing).
- This You Tube production about Schapelle has been seen by over 56,000 people, with the numbers rising every day.
- Over 50,000 people have signed petitions to free Schapelle, with the numbers rising every day.