EXHIBIT: A Formal Complaint

The following is a formal complaint, regarding Justice & Customs Minister Christopher Ellison, by Schapelle Corby's Indonesian lawyer, Paris Hotman. It is stamped as received on 12th August 2005, by the Prime Minister's office.

It is important to note that when this letter was written, Mr Hotman was wholly unaware of the vital evidence which Ellison had withheld from him, including the fact that Schapelle Corby's boogie-board bag was the only one not scanned at Sydney airport.

He was unaware of Ellison's role in misrepresenting the real situation with respect to the forensic testing affair. He was unaware of Ellison's role in the powdergate affair. He was unaware of Ellison's role in the unlawful seizure of Schapelle Corby's book royalties, with its clear signal of guilt to Jakarta.

He was unaware of the many direct and unhelpful interventions by Ellison, documented throughout this website.

Yet, despite this, from his own personal interactions, he was able to identify a clear pattern with respect to Ellison's conduct.

His complaint speaks for itself.

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