Thanks to the generosity of the public, this site
has far exceeded the aims and expectations of it's creators.
The site achieved some of the following during
a three month period of activity in 2005:
- Raised over $12,000 in funds to help the legal defence team
working to ensure that Schapelle Corby, an
Australian visiting Indonesia, avoided
the death sentence and contested other issues in her case.
- Allowed the public to quickly distribute and return over
100,000 copies of the petition opposing the use of the firing
- Attracted over 1,000,000 visitors, many of whom have gained
additional knowledge about the death penalty.
- Corby is no longer likely to face the Indonesian firing
squad, thanks to the intense lobbying of the Australian
people and others around the world.
The mystery remains
Sadly, this has not been enough to prove the source
of the drugs found in Corby's baggage and the issue seems likely
to remain a mystery.
$1 MILLION REWARD
Over $100,000 has been pledged to a reward fund, much of it
coming from a Queensland businessman, stating that "Whoever comes forward with conclusive evidence will win the reward".
If you know the truth about the drugs in Corby's baggage
you may be able to claim the reward.
- Do you have evidence that substantiates the suggestion
made by Corby's defence that the drugs were placed in
her bag by corrupt airline baggage handlers?
- Do you have evidence that Corby is herself the culprit,
and that she knew about the drugs in her bag and intended
to profit from them?
If you have pledged money to Mr Bakir's reward fund,
and would like a refund
in the event that the reward is never paid, please contact
Other lives at risk from the firing squad
These other Australians are facing the prospect of death at the hands of foreign Governments. Please click the link to find out more.
Thank you letter
The following letter has been written by Corby's mother to all those who contributed to the success of this site: