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Indonesia may revoke parole for drug mule Corby after airing of documentary

Published on Mar 4, 2014 9:14 AM
 
Australian drug trafficker Schapelle Corby looks on during a ceremony inside Kerobokan prison in Denpasar on Bali island on April 22, 2008.Corby could have her parole revoked after a documentary about her release from jail, Indonesia's Justice Minister was quoted as saying on March 4, 2014.-- FILE PHOTO: AFP

SYDNEY (AFP) - Australian drug mule Schapelle Corby could have her parole revoked after a documentary about her release from jail, Indonesia's Justice Minister was quoted as saying on Tuesday.

The 36-year-old, whose case has been the subject of huge fascination in Australia since her 2004 arrest in Bali, was set free last month from Kerobokan prison on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.

Under the parole conditions she must remain in Bali until 2017. The Indonesian government also warned her against any interviews amid speculation of a million-dollar deal with Australia's Channel Seven.

In a documentary broadcast on Sunday night, Channel Seven interviewed her sister Mercedes while including footage of Corby as she was whisked away from jail in a van. It also showed a candid video of her first moments back with her family.

 
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