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Contact The Authorities
Please don't let the Australian Government forget her. Contact the embassy in your country.

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Be Pro-Active
Read the family site, read her book, donate, write to her. Tell your friends about this travasty and about her desperate situation.

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Who Are We?
We are just like you: people who came across this horrendous story on the internet and couldn't walk away and leave her. Can you?

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Please Don't Walk Away...

Schapelle's Conditions and Life
Schapelle exists in a living hell. She lives in squalid, overcrowded, inhumane conditions. Her daily regime is almost unimaginable, and at certain times of the year, the humidity is unbearable.

But this is her life. This is how she has had to survive for years. This is where she will be tomorrow, next week, next year, in ten years... unless something is done. Her life is hell. It is little wonder that Schapelle has suffered from clinical depression and other illnesses. Who wouldn't, in those conditions?

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"Human rights activists estimate that life expectancy in the badly overcrowded jail compound would be between 10 and 15 years. The toilets in the jail's squalid cells sit directly beside the benches where food is prepared. The jail was built in 1976 for 366 prisoners, but it holds 525. Corby shares her 5m-wide cell with seven other women. She is forced to wash with only a small bucket and ladle. The untreated water is fetched from a dilapidated well in the prison compound. Corby's family says the jail food is inedible. It comes around on a big cart - a bucket of rice which her family says regularly contains stones, dirt and sticks, and a pot of some kind of stew. The pot is encrusted with drying and rotting food." - Herald Sun

"Vertical metal bars interrupt views of shiny silver razor wire. Any tempting smell of local cuisine is replaced by the stench of sewage. The cool, clear ocean is far removed from these scummy washbuckets. This is life in Bali's notorious Kerobokan Prison, a nightmare destination not featured in any travel brochure. " -

"No TV, no internet, no sport - nothing. Just opressive torturous conditions, in a highly dangerous environment, in which AIDS is rife, and daily survival is a serious struggle. Time in these conditions bears no resemblance to time in a western prison. It is a genuine hell."

"Those familiar with the Kerobokan paint a grim picture of the cramped and dirty cells, where poor sanitation and a lack of air conditioning against the tropical climate create a breeding ground for disease. Kerobokan's prisoners are locked up for 20 hours a day in dark rooms which measure a mere three square metres. Larger 30-metre cells are usually crammed with up to 20 prisoners, according to prison doctor, Anak Agung Gede Hartawan." "Common diseases include respiratory ailments and skin conditions, while many prisoners complain of headaches. Hartawan said 11 prisoners are confirmed carriers of HIV/AIDS but 30 are estimated to have the virus" -

THIS is where Schapelle is NOW..... suffering as you read this web page. Please don't walk away....

Please read the rest of this website. Research the truth. Understand the horrific injustice of the situation. Above all, visit our How To Help Page and help us to make a difference for her.

  Schapelle: Please don't let her become a forgotten soul.