However, as illustrated within this report, even with smaller public facing agencies, every avenue of complaint was blocked, and every request for assistance was rejected. This has been reflected through a multitude of approaches, from different individuals, over a prolonged period of years.
As demonstrated consistently throughout The Expendable Project, all government departments and agencies have been subject to the same position and policy. Schapelle Corby’s legal, civil and human rights, as an Australian citizen, have, in practice, been revoked.
Yet there is no recourse available to her, or to those representing her, to address this situation.
Note that this report is a short abridged version of the complete report, which will be published as an appendix to Expendable Dossier 2.
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2. The Australian Communications & Media Authority
3. The Advertising Standards Bureau
4. The Human Rights Commission
5 The Commonwealth Ombudsman
6. The Governor-General
7. Findings & Conclusions
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