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In pictures: Schapelle Corby verdict

Schapelle Corby bursts into tears as she is sentenced to 20 years in jail in a Denpasar courtroom on Friday, May 27, 2005

Australian beauty therapist Schapelle Corby has been found guilty of smuggling drugs in Bali, and sentenced to 20 years in jail.

Australian beauty therapist Schapelle Corby shouts to her family in court

After her mother branded the judge a "liar", Corby shouted: "Mum, stop, it's okay."

Australian beauty therapist Schapelle Corby, right, receives a kiss from her mother

Corby's mother, Rosleigh Rose, is adamant her daughter is innocent.

Supporters react after a verdict was given in the Indonesian Court at the Tugun Surf Club on May 27, 2005 on the Gold Coast, Australia.

Back in Australia, the case has generated an enormous amount of public sympathy

People in a Sydney bar in Australia, Friday, May 27, 2005, watch a live telecast of the Schapelle Corby trial.

Newspaper polls suggest 90% of Australians believe Corby is innocent.

Kerobokan Jail, where accused Australian drug smuggler Schapelle Corby is in custody, May 26, 2005, in Bali, Indonesia.

Corby was taken back to Bali's Kerobokan Jail. Canberra is trying to negotiate her transfer to an Australian prison.

Tourists enjoy sunset on Dreamland beach May 22, 2005 in Bali Resort Island, Indonesia.

Some tourists and travel agents have threatened to boycott Bali - one of the most popular holiday destinations for Australians - in protest at the verdict.



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