It also showed that screening was mandatory for 100% of baggage on flights to Indonesia, that criminal airport staff were smuggling drugs in the same baggage area when Schapelle Corby’s baggage passed through, that her bags were 5kg overweight on the Qantas system but that no charge had been levied, and that the AFP and others produced a range of demonstrably false stories to explain missing CCTV footage from three airport terminals.
This supplementary report, however, examines the role of those organizations with responsibility for the carriage of Schapelle Corby’s baggage, and their reaction to the discovery that only the boogie-board bag had not been screened.
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2 The Australian Customs Service
4. Qantas Airways Ltd
5. Sydney Airport Corporation Ltd (SACL)
6. Findings & Conclusions