Investigate the QANTAS Cover Up
(Petition commenced Sunday 21st November 2010). On the 8th October 2004, Schapelle Corby, a young Australian woman, was arrested in Bali when 4.2 kg of marijuana was found in her luggage, after flying there via Sydney Airport Australia, and QANTAS Airlines. She was sentenced to 20 years, and is still there, barely hanging on, in a very poor state of health. To this day, she maintains her innocence, and you can read more background at qantascoverup.blogspot.comSign PetitionSign Petition
Australian police openly admit (in a submission to the Australian Government), that QANTAS baggage handlers were engaged in drug smuggling the day she flew, yet none were ever arrested or charged, and every frame of airport CCTV Schapelle begged for (from three separate terminals), "Vanished." We demand the Australian Government investigates why criminal QANTAS baggage handlers were never arrrested or charged, and why every frame of airport CCTV (that the Australian Federal Police should have preserved immediately), “Vanished” without explanation.