Corby?s birthday rally



ABOUT 100 Schapelle Corby supporters sang Happy Birthday in a Tugun park yesterday, as Schapelle spent her 28th birthday jailed in Bali.

Her father, cancer patient Michael Corby, struggled to hold back tears as he addressed the crowd, calling on the Australian Government and Qantas to send affidavits to the Bali judges declaring it was possible someone else had put the 4kg bag of marijuana in Schapelle's bag.

Rally organiser Rachelle Hamilton, speaking on a makeshift stage with a caged white dove, said it was almost impossible for Schapelle's legal team to produce new witnesses before a deadline for the trial re-opening.

Ms Hamilton accused the Australian Government of withholding from the Bali court evidence of drug smuggling and lax security at Australian airports which could show there was sufficient reasonable doubt in Schapelle's favour.



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