(Al-Jazeera) Her piercing blue eyes filled with tears as she repeatedly smacked her forehead with her palm while the verdict was read in a language she didn't understand.
Schapelle Corby, 36, was found guilty by an Indonesian court on May 27, 2005, of attempting to smuggle 4.1kg of marijuana from Australia to Bali. She was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The trial of the then 27-year-old Queensland student was a real-life crime drama, and millions of viewers tuned in as Australia's television networks broadcast the verdict live from the courtroom on Indonesia's island of Bali.
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"That image of her with the palm pressed against her forehead is a very moving image, no matter what you think of her innocence or guilt," former Sydney Morning Herald editor Peter Fray told Al Jazeera.