Schapelle Corby’s final day in Bali
SCHAPELLE Corby spent her final night in Bali with her brother Michael and sister Mercedes inside her Kuta villa.
Seven News captured footage showing Corby standing behind Michael, who stood shirtless at the door of her the villa, after undergoing her final medical examination.
The footage marks the first time she has been seen in more than a week.
It comes as officials reveal more than 100 Bali police will be involved in Saturday's deportation of Schapelle Corby.
Denpasar police chief, Hadi Purnomo, said police were obliged to provide security for Corby's release and transfer to the airport.
Bali's Law and Human Rights Ministry chief, Ida Bagus Ketut Adnyana, confirmed late on Friday that Schapelle Corby will be required to report today to the parole board for the final time.
"After that, because she doesn't have a stay permit, and based on the temporary flight ticket, so we will take her to Ngurah Rai airport for deportation to her country," Mr Adnyana said after emerging from a meeting with officials late yesterday to iron out details.
He said authorities had been told what flight Corby planned to catch, a Virgin flight direct to Brisbane on Saturday evening at 10.10pm, but had yet to see the ticket.
Ari Budijanto, the head of Ngurah Rai Immigration office, said that Corby would be banned from entering Indonesia for at least six months. Any longer ban was the authority of other criminal agencies, he said.
"We don't get the original ticket but we are informed that she will leave for Australia (Saturday) evening."
MERCEDES: "STOP PERVING"
Corby spent her final day in Bali holed up inside her Kuta home as her sister Mercedes lashed out at the media and a jail doctor declared her healthy and well ahead of today's release and deportation.
Schapelle's face was flat and expressionless and she showed no emotion as a parole officer asked if she was excited to be finally going home.
And in comical scenes, as Kuta police chief Wayan Sumara inspected the lane outside the home's fence, Mercedes Corby shouted at media from inside: "Get away from our house", "stop perving" and "get the cameras out please".
Mr Sumara, a senior police officer, appeared undeterred by the shouts, which would be considered rude in this society, especially when such a high-ranking officer is present.
Mercedes then asked if the officer wanted to come inside but he didn't hear and continued walking.
Mr Sumara said he was checking security in the area, which is a tourist precinct, and revealed that police will now also be involved in providing escorts for Corby today when her deportation process begins.
Never has a criminal's deportation here consumed so many resources, prompted so many meetings of officials and caused so much drama or as senior officials describe it, a headache.
There is no doubt that when Corby gets on her flight tonight, headed to Brisbane, a great many officials will happily wave her goodbye and breathe a sigh of relief.
Kerobokan jail doctor Agung Hartawan, together with the jail clinic nurse Rusmawati and parole officer Ketut Sukiati spent about 30 minutes inside the Corby home, emerging to say that Schapelle was healthy and well.
She did not want a full medical, telling them she was healthy.
Corby was required, under regulations, to undergo a medical check before she leaves Bali.
Dr Hartawan said that Corby's expression was "flat" and she made no response when a parole officer asked if she was happy about going home.
Schapelle Corby in pictures
"Her expression was flat. When the parole officer said, you must be happy about going home tomorrow, Corby didn't give any response. Only Mercedes was smiling, Corby kept a flat expression," Dr Hartawan said.
"She is fine. healthy. she is well," he said.
"She can run, walk, eat, so, no problem,"
"We only see her physical condition, monitoring her," he said.
"She said to us, You can see that I am healthy. No problem at all. No need for a medical test. what for?.
"She looked fine, still the same as I saw her the last time at the jail," he said.
He last saw Corby at Kerobokan prison in February 2014 when she underwent a medical test before being granted parole.
He said when they arrived Corby shook the doctor's hand and kissed the cheek of his nurse, Rusmawati.
She was not covering her face for the 30-minute meeting as she has done previously when officials visited.
"She also said that before, she can freely go to the beach and out but now, at least for the last three weeks, she could not come out from the house," Dr Hartawan said.
"Too many media. I do not feel comfortable," Corby said to Dr Hartawan.
He said that when he asked Corby where she would fly tomorrow, she said: "Can go to Perth, can go to Brisbane, or wherever."
As officials held a final round of meetings yesterday to iron out the process for
Police chief Sumara said Kuta was a tourist precinct and he needed to ensure the area was secure.
"I don't see the security threat for her but this is the responsibility as police, whether there is a threat or not the police must have responsible (sic) for security," Mr Sumara said.
He said that given what was expected tomorrow in the small laneway, when Corby leaves for the parole board and then her flight home he wanted to check out the situation for himself, that it is "safe and secure" for everyone.
"There must be security, must be an escort," he said of tomorrow's plans and the expected chaos which has always surrounded the Schapelle Corby case.
"We from Kuta police are only securing the area (in Kuta). There will be Denpasar police who will be responsible for the security of the process. We just focus on the area, so there is no vulnerability, insecurity or any security problem in the area" Mr Sumara said.
Today Corby is required to attend at the Parole Board in Denpasar, where she will sign her parole for the final time before she is taken into Immigration custody and spirited away to Bali's international airport. Here she will be black-listed from returning to Indonesia and then put on her evening flight direct to Brisbane