GOLD Coast drug smuggler Schapelle Corby could end up back behind bars.
Indonesian Justice Minister Amir Syamsuddin has indicated he may revoke her parole after watching the Seven Network’s package about her release, which aired in Australia on Sunday night.
The Sydney Morning Herald reports, the Minister did not even wait for a question from a small group of journalists at his office before saying: “I am waiting for a complete report from the Bali Corrections Board, and in the meantime I’d like to announce that there’s a possibility I will revoke Corby’s parole.”
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The Indonesian government explicitly warned the Corby family that Schapelle should not do a post-release interview.
But the Seven Network believed they could get around the conditions by not airing a tell-all interview with Schapelle, but instead using candid footage of her and an interview with her sister, Mercedes.
There is no indication of when Mr Amir might make his decision but it is likely to be within days.