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Contact The Authorities
Please don't let the Australian Government forget her. Contact the embassy in your country.

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Be Pro-Active
Read the family site, read her book, donate, write to her. Tell your friends about this travasty and about her desperate situation.

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Who Are We?
We are just like you: people who came across this horrendous story on the internet and couldn't walk away and leave her. Can you?

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Please Don't Walk Away...

Vanessa Lea & Road Train - Be Brave (Schapelle)
Vanessa Lea & Road Train are based on the mid-north coast of Australia, Coffs Harbour area, and are a rapidly emerging country act. This song was written for Schapelle in 2008, by Vanessa, and Roger Faynes.

Vanessa Lea & Road Train: Be Brave (Schapelle)
A lovely song, compelling lyrics and an outstanding artist:

See the short video explaining the Schapelle Corby nightmare: HERE

Vanessa Lea & Road Train
The MP3 file can be downloaded to your PC by right-clicking on this link and then selecting 'Save As'.

A French language version is now available: Courage (Chanson pour Schapelle Corby)

Shocked and scared she stood, as the judge revealed her sentence
Such a high profile case left no room for repentance
No fingerprints nor testing nor cameras to offer proof
But the drugs were found in her bag and for that she is accused
Caught up in a foreign system so distant from her own
That a prison cell in Bali has now become her home.

20 years in gaol for a crime no-one will admit
She says she can't admit to crimes that she did not commit
She begged the judge for clemency, put her life into his heart
But her life was in his hands instead, while she plead "Saya Tidak Bersalah".

Be brave, Schapelle be brave and try to stay so strong
A holiday in Bali all went so very wrong
Be brave Schapelle be brave, your face just melts a heart
But the price you paid in prison is worth far too many baht

Be brave, Schapelle be brave and try to stay so strong
For the trial by media you suffer is all so very wrong
Keep fighting in that prison, and keep your spirits high
We know that there will come a day when back home you will fly.

Vanessa & Roger Faynes, and John Bromell, 2008

For more information on Vanessa Lea & Road Train, see the following page:

Suggestions on how to help Schapelle are available on our How To Help Page. Please don't walk away...

More details of the specific abuses of Schapelle's legal and human rights are available on our Case Assessment Pages

Leaflets, website banners and other items are available from our Campaign Resources Page

  Schapelle: Please don't let her become a forgotten soul.