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Schapelle: the Verdict Live


Prime Television will provide comprehensive coverage of the verdict in the Schapelle Corby drug trial this Friday, May 27 from 4:00pm.

Schapelle: The Verdict Live, presented by Mike Munro, will include complete live coverage of the judge’s verdict, as well as the aftermath, reported from Bali. The judgement will be translated into English for Prime viewers.

It has been more than seven months since Ms Corby was arrested at Ngurah Rai
International Airport in Denpasar, Bali, under suspicion of drug trafficking. During this time,
her story has captured enormous attention, and after a lengthy and much publicised trial,
Schapelle Corby’s fate will be decided by an Indonesian court this Friday.


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