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Drug Trafficker Schapelle Corby Walks Free
Convicted Australian marijuana smuggler Schapelle Corby has been released from prison in Indonesia.
It comes after an announcement on Friday by Indonesia's Justice Ministry that she had been granted parole.
The 35-year-old said nothing as she left Bali's Kerobokan prison through a large crowd of journalists.
Corby's mother, Rosleigh Rose, briefly emerged from her home in Queensland to pop open a bottle of champagne in celebration.
"It was just beautiful to see my beautiful Schapelle come out from those doors," she told Australia's Channel 7 news.
Corby was convicted of smuggling 4.2kg (9lb) of marijuana in a bodyboard bag into the island of Bali and was sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2005.
In 2010, she asked for clemency, citing her poor mental state.
Two years later in 2012, Indonesia's president cut her sentence by five years.
Corby will have to stay in Bali and cannot return to Australia until 2017.
Her case has attracted intense coverage and commentary in Australia, with many people questioning the fairness of the trial and the length of her sentence.
At least two other Australians are on death row in Indonesian drug smuggling cases, and several are serving long prison terms. They have received much less coverage than the Corby case.
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