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Dodging Death

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Australian, Schapelle Corby, despite escaping the death sentence, screamed when the Balinese prosecution asked the Indonesian Court to sentence her to life imprisonment if she is convicted of drug smuggling. She said the prosecution's demands were unfair and still maintains her innocence.

Meanwhile, Christine and Lee Rush, the parents of 19-year-old Australian Scott Rush, one of the 'Bali nine' drug mules arrested on Sunday by Indonesian police for allegedly smuggling heroin, are the first to travel to Denpasar to see their son. There are fears for their safety if they give police information about the notorious drug ring, Golden Triangle of Tailand and Burma.



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