When I first heard the case of Schapelle Corby I couldn’t believe that anyone would convict her.
No person in the world would buy drugs where they are expensive and smuggle them to a place where the drugs are sold cheaper. They found drugs when she was going to Bali and not from Bali. If the amount was small and for personal use it could be a case where she forgot some drugs from a previous holiday in her suitcase but not 4 kilos.
The authorities in both Bali and Australia could have solved this mystery many years ago. They could have weighed the suitcases at arrival so they would have known if some had put the drugs inside after the plane took off from Australia.
But the main issue is that crime is motivated by money. If people cannot make money transporting drugs from Australia to Bali then it is unlikely that she committed the crime.
I have always warned family members from go to Asia as tourists. The legal system is broke. An elderly widower from Denmark was sentenced to 15 years in jail. It took bribe and a promise to convict her in Denmark despite the evidence missing to get her released. She was sentenced to a few months in jail in Denmark with time served to please officials in Cambodia. The European Union has investigated Cambodia and they found widespread corruption in their legal system.
So please avoid these countries. Schapelle Corby might have been released on parole but it is no guarantee against wrongful conviction.