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(generated from captions) My heart and my family has been painfully burdened and I My heart and my family has been painfully burdened and My heart and my family has been painfully burdened My heart and my family has been painfully My heart and my family has been to win over the judges. Tonight - Schapelle Corby's last hope

for her Indonesian lawyer. It was too emotional and to send me home. to find me innocent to show compassion, and, Your Honour, I ask for you God only speaks of justice when determining her fate. to look to their own god begged the judges the accused drug smuggler a band tied to her finger, Wearing her symbol of faith, their job properly at all. They haven't done done their job properly. I think they haven't and police procedures botched. were manipulated saying witness statements critical of the entire investigation, Their final submission highly and Indonesian police liars. the prosecutors, customs officials Her lawyers stopped short of calling for not putting locks on my bags. is severe enough punishment which I've already been imprisoned I believe the seven months when addressing the judges was vital. maintaining this composure Like no other day, was decorated with symbols of hope. and her holding cell didn't faze her as much The stressful media crush for her final bid for freedom. she seemed to have steeled herself about Schapelle Corby - There was something different a lock on her baggage. her only crime - failing to put court she was set up, The accused drug runner told a Bali final plea from Schapelle Corby. First - an emotional and desperate for the celebrity family. what the future holds A little later - to treat women in the right way. I've been brought up is on the rocks? the Beckham's marriage And is there any truth to reports We'll tell you why she dared to bare. Megan Gale naked in a bath? Also tonight - and welcome to the Late News. Hello, I'm Sandra Sully about his outrageous views on rape. what more he had to say We'll tell you Aren't you apologising. the centre of attention. And a sorry Sheikh finds himself in the Bali heroin bust. that's emerged checking vital new evidence Australian authorities from the bench? But what was the response how long I can survive in here. painfully burdened and I don't know how long I can survive in painfully burdened and I don't know how long I can survive painfully burdened and I don't know how long I can how long I painfully burdened and I don't know My heart and my family has been

back to court to hear her fate between now and when she comes to Schapelle Corby Martine, what happens on its individual merits. and looks at each one of drug cases at the moment, Sandra, he's deciding on a number and he also said that of the court case exceptionally well she's handling the pressure that he finds her very polite. He would only say and give her life in jail. and convict Ms Corby what the prosecution wants if he plans to follow but he would not reveal he's almost made his mind up Now, we understand as what we find him. so he finds us just as interesting are over for the day after his official duties can even be seen But Judge Linton Sirait hearing Schapelle Corby's trial. to the chief judge that we have such easy access for Western journalists to fathom It's a bizarre concept in the courts. and says it will all come out He gives a quick laugh is difficult to read. and his response I've asked him on several occasions Sandra, that's a question he's made up his mind yet? about whether the critical question Martine, did you ask him Martine's on the line from Bali now. the head judge. Schapelle Corby's fate in his hands, with the person who holds of a meeting Martine has had the privilege In Bali, Martine Griffiths, Ten News. I can survive in here. and I don't know how long and rumours about me by all these accusations family has been painfully burdened (Tearfully) And my heart and my and I do believe she is innocent. I give her all the support we can, I feel sorry for her. for her and, you know just feeling sorry to offer their support. but many tourists came to the hearing They may not know her personally, it's almost certain they will. used against them today, Given the strength of the words has one more chance to reply. the prosecution Under Indonesian law, for the rest of her life. to convict and jail the 27-year-old asked the judges Prosecutors have already that my client is innocent. ..because I believe

had forged passports. It's also been revealed relatives of the alleged ringleader work as government passport officials, some of the Bali heroin suspects are checking a claim Australian authorities Brisbane airport and Bali. somewhere between They turned up over there She didn't have the bloody things. what I saw and what I know. and I'm telling you what I feel, Now it's been revealed Sukumaran worked in a Sydney passport office. We have not been able to establish that they travelled on multiple passports. Sukumaran worked at the Department of Foreign Affairs office But I have no reason to tell lies since her school days. and has not touched them is opposed to drugs Michael Corby also says his daughter and there was no sign of marijuana. before she left for Bali boogie board bag claiming he packed his daughter's has spoken out tonight, Schapelle Corby's father Martine Griffiths in Bali. Thanks, Martine. for some time yet. family's anguish is set to continue on or before May 26 that he will hand down his verdict Now, the chief judge today told us scathing accusations. and made many other they've manipulated evidence It said that and Customs officials liars. the prosecution Indonesian police The defence stopped short of calling were so scathing. final submissions today particularly because the defence's its right of reply to the defence, will almost certainly seek Now, we've been told the prosecution for a more extended period of time. obviously, and she has to stay there, with another eight women She's in a tiny, hot cell Sandra, is continuing. Well, her lonely existence, is a public holiday? given next Thursday Police here have revealed that five of the accused Australians made multiple visits to Bali in the past seven months, and three of them - Renae Lawrence, Matthew Norman and Myuran Sukumaran - had more than one passport, possibly including fakes.

In Bali, Jeremy Pudney, Ten News. There's anger tonight as a top lawyer escapes jail after killing a cyclist in a hit-and-run. A judge instead imposed a driving ban and a fine, accepting the man failed to stop because of post-traumatic stress. Ian Humphrey's family hoped for justice but watched in disgust. Top Adelaide lawyer Eugene McGee received a $3,000 fine for failing to stop after his car struck and killed Mr Humphrey. for having a scrap on a footy field over the weekend. Like I said before, Mr McGee goes home and I get to go to the cemetery. McGee is a former police officer who went on to represent notorious criminals. His case generated enormous public interest. So, too, today's sentence. I just don't believe justice has been done. It's a sham, it's a disgrace. McGee was found not guilty of causing death by dangerous driving but convicted of lesser charges carrying a maximum jail term of one year. He said nothing today as he walked free but earlier he'd apologised, something Mr Humphrey's family doesn't accept. The man's a coward South Australia's Premier agrees. I have nothing but contempt for Eugene McGee. I mean, here is someone for five months in 2000. His mother and brother still work there, but there's no suggestions of any wrongdoing by them. They've been checked for security and the Department doesn't have any concerns about them. Sukumaran is now being held in isolation away from his co-accused. Police believe that of all of those arrested, he's the highest ranking member of the heroin syndicate. Indonesian police suspect the Australians who visited Bali before may have smuggled drugs on those occasions too. That's denied by Renae Lawrence. Medical check-ups Medical check-ups for all of the suspects today. Martin Stephens with his parents. Today is their 32nd wedding anniversary, of a husband and a father. whose actions have caused the death

in a sense where it's their fault. No, I'm not blaming the victims But isn't that blaming the victims? the non-God fearing men ..are attracting to themselves maybe they are to... alluring or inticing way, by dressing in a provocative way, Maybe they are to blame unfortunately. which is what has happened, the rest of the Muslim community, you can't go and blame Right or wrong who made a statement. This is an individual but not fully to blame. and they are partly to blame, to themselves meaning they are attracting in another way, Maybe I should have said it his comments universally condemned. as the wider community, Muslim women as outraged I never meant it like this. from the depth of my heart, However, with all honesty, at that time what I said. Maybe I said something not thinking it has been misunderstood. Accidentally to at least dress as a Muslim? John, would you give me a chance for what you're saying? (Interrupting) Do you apologise OK. on television. (Interrupting) We need to talk to you I would love to talk to you. You can. John, John, can I talk to you? that you need counselling. The Premier's saying Aren't you apologising? You're apologising, aren't you? the way women dress invites rape. following his comments that running from the truth, Sheikh Feiz Mohamad for sex assaults on the victims. for putting some of the blame He'll be given counselling after outrageous comments on rape. a Muslim sheik tonight An apology from called in to handle the case. by the New South Wales prosecutor were not called to give evidence before the crash driving "like a maniac" Two brothers who claim they saw McGee of post-traumatic stress. his reactions were the result were a serious lapse, He says while McGee's actions that alcohol played a part. it couldn't be proven but the judge said was led at the trial, alcohol consumption before the crash Evidence about McGee's on his breath wasn't tested, McGee's blood alcohol level

With his views sparking widespread anger, the Sheikh is now begging forgiveness. I am sorry, to all the community, to Muslim ladies for the celebrity family. what the future holds A little later - to treat women in the right way. I've been brought up is on the rocks? the Beckham's marriage And is there any truth to reports as a challenger. Why this new device is shaping up are the iPod's days numbered? Also tonight - That's coming up in the Late News. What did she have to say? at his child sex trial. of Michael Jackson's ex the much-anticipated appearance Also tonight - We'll tell you when we come back. in Tom Cruise's life? Who's the new and much younger woman John Hill, Ten News. we can do mistakes. We're all humans, I've learnt a great deal. Look, I've learnt from this mistake. and non-Muslim ladies. in the worst manner. These rapists need to be condemned It's not their fault.

on the prime ministerial mind. with the Federal Budget playing his European tour John Howard is winding up Penelope Cruz last year. Tom Cruise split with Spanish actress to another actor. and called off her engagement a 5-year relationship with news of a much younger woman This program is captioned live. don't feel like doing anything. VOICEOVER: You probably in Tom Cruise's life. Publicists have confirmed 26-year-old former 'Dawson's Creek' star Katie Holmes is dating the 42-year-old actor and they've been an item for a few weeks. The couple were spotted walking hand-in-hand in Rome, where Cruise will appear at the Italian Academy Awards on Friday. Katie Holmes recently ended

that life wasn't meant to be easy. Nothing in life is completely free, nor should it be. John Howard is now in the air and heading home to prepare for the Budget session of Parliament. And, if his words in Greece are anything to go by in stark contrast to the pre-election giveaways. Mr Howard also continued clothing and her inhibitions to take a bath in a shop window. Sydney traffic doesn't move at the best of times, but if you really want to mess it up, put a supermodel in a department store window, naked. That was the situation this afternoon Model Megan Gale shedding traffic in Sydney today. A rare dare to go bare stopped In Athens, Greg Turnbull, Ten News. of the case. regardless of the circumstances to seek a reprieve it was standard government policy Mr Howard said to win a reprieve. we do everything we can to death overseas, If an Australian is sentenced for drug trafficking in Bali. facing possible death sentences for the Australians his intention to seek clemency And Mr Howard reaffirmed is just so unfair and wrong. and everything to sort of brand them as hooligans but the attempt by some - I'm not saying the RSL man, on what he saw with his own eyes. He said he could only judge them scattered across Anzac Cove. and others left rubbish some had slept on graves at Lone Pine despite evidence at Monday's Gallipoli ceremonies, of the behaviour of Australians his robust defence Malcolm Fraser's line The Prime Minister echoing and it promises to be a tough one. about to bring down a Budget, Now Mr Howard runs a government Times have changed since then. Student. A private impoverished...(laughs). back in 1964. and his first visit to Greece with Australia social security arrangements European Union issues, Mr Howard discussed Greek counterpart Costas Karamanlis, In a series of meetings with his That is lovely. and found it sweet. in the shadow of the Acropolis John Howard found himself During his brief visit to Athens that it'll be tough one.

because there was a lot it would go off without a hitch and we were hoping that had been planning for a while It was something that we a more regular occurrence. It remains to be seen if it becomes That's next in the Late News. at his child sex trial. of Michael Jackson's ex The much-anticipated appearance a million dollars for her story. The nanny was paid nearly over here to tell me off. my mother would be the first one that if I didn't do that my mum, and I know for a fact to treat women with respect the right way, when Megan Gale decided to take a dip in public. I didn't actually expect so it could have gone pear-shaped. Megan Gale pear-shaped? Perish the thought. Angela Bishop, Ten News. The Beckhams have denied reports their marriage is on the rocks. David and Victoria are suing their former nanny for telling a British tabloid they've been fighting at home. I know that I love my wife. I've been brought up to treat women of choreography involved, Also tonight - are the iPod's days numbered? Why this new device is shaping up as a challenger. Then in Sports Tonight - the damning video evidence that cost a V8 driver $15,000. in London last year. of nuding up in a shop window started this trend Fellow model Elle Macpherson CROWD GROANS by the intervention of a bathrobe. sadly disappointed Those hoping for a bit more skin isn't it? Something to remember Sydney by, at the end of the night. Yeah, I suppose, if you were stuck certainly pulled in the punters. of bath products, designed to flog her new range Her lunchtime stunt, she was wrong. just to keep on walking, If she expected people were upstairs in the other building, And across the road, people I was really quite shocked. there to be so many people,

This program is captioned live. Michael Jackson's ex-wife has taken the stand Australian soldiers have removed Australian soldiers have removed protective grilles from the front of protective grilles from the front of their armoured protective grilles from the front of their armoured vehicles, protective grilles from the front of their armoured vehicles, fearing it of their armoured vehicles, fearing of their armoured vehicles, fearing of their armoured vehicles, fearing it could cause problems. of their armoured vehicles, fearing of their armoured vehicles, fearing it could cause problems. The head of our troops has met the head of the Japanese contingent. of our troops has met the head of the Japanese contingent. It's of our troops has met the head of the Japanese contingent. It's the first the Japanese contingent. It's the first time the Japanese contingent. It's the his men to a greater risk of trafrbg his men to a greater risk of trafrbg accidents. his men to a greater risk of trafrbg accidents. Australian soldiers will provide protection for Japanese engineers and help train the Iraqi Army. Michael Jackson's ex-wife has taken the stand at the star's child-sex trial. Her much-anticipated day in court turning out to be a disaster for the prosecution. Far from a woman scorned, Debbie Rowe was surprisingly loyal to her ex-husband when she hit the witness stand. She has some strong visible feelings for Michael Jackson. I mean, she had a visceral reaction when she walked in that courtroom. Within 10 minutes of seeing Jackson she was in tears, telling the court she wanted to be reacquainted with the star and their two children, 8-year-old Prince Michael and 7-year-old Paris, whom she only sees once every 45 days. This is someone who is still loyal in many ways to her ex-husband despite their odd relationship. Rowe was to be a star witness for the prosecution, which claims she was coached into praising Jackson in a television interview... He would never hurt a child - never. ..but in court she said that never happened. Up to now she has actually gone against the prosecution's case. Rowe does admit lying the Japanese contingent. It's the the Japanese contingent. It's the first time Lieutenant Colonel Noble has visited the province, also meeting has visited the province, also meeting the has visited the province, also meeting the commander has visited the province, also meeting the commander of has visited the province, also meeting the commander of the has visited the province, also meeting the commander of the Iraqi National meeting the commander of the Iraqi National Guard. meeting the commander of the Iraqi National Guard. He meeting the commander of the Iraqi National Guard. He says meeting the commander of the Iraqi National Guard. He says he meeting the commander of the Iraqi National Guard. He says he was concerned National Guard. He says he was concerned that National Guard. He says he was National Guard. He says he was concerned that the grilles exposed Leisa Goddard-Roles, Ten News. In the United States, left smiling. suit for his ex-wife's day in court, Jackson, who wore a flamboyant red The judge has ruled that off limits. about her marriage to Jackson. but don't expect any juicy details about that tomorrow, The prosecution will question her Michael Jackson's parenting skills. when asked questions about in the television interview

but it's expected to be across Australia by Christmas. while you're on the move. to download tracks from the Internet Wireless technology will allow you can store 3,000 songs. Nokia's new N91 phone music system. the multi-million selling this new mobile phone will replace Technology experts believe with Apple's iPod is under threat. The worldwide love affair To the rest of finance: Piotrowski. Certainly doesn't. Thanks, Tom for tomorrow's local session. Certainly doesn't. Thanks, for tomorrow's local session. Certainly doesn't. for tomorrow's local session. Certainly for tomorrow's local session. lower and that doesn't bode well for tomorrow's local lower and that doesn't bode well for tomorrow's lower and that doesn't bode well for lower and that doesn't bode well the moment, US markets are moving lower and that doesn't bode the moment, US markets Inflation also jumped as well. At the moment, US Inflation also jumped as well. At the moment, the Inflation also jumped as well. At the first quarter of the year. the first quarter of the year. Inflation also jumped as Inflation also jumped Inflation also the first quarter of the year. expanded in the rate of 233.1% in the first quarter of the expanded in the rate of 233.1% in the first quarter of expanded in the rate of 233.1% in the first quarter expanded in the rate of 233.1% in the first expanded in the rate of 233.1% in the expanded in the rate of 233.1% in fears were realised. The economy expanded in the rate of 233.1% expanded in the rate of fears were realised. The economy first quarter of this year. Those fears were realised. The first quarter of this year. Those fears were realised. first quarter of this year. Those US economy lost momentum in the there are growing concerns that the US economy lost there are growing concerns that the US economy there are growing concerns that the US there are growing concerns that the that. In the lead-up to tonight there are growing concerns that that. In the lead-up to tonight there are growing concerns that. In the lead-up to tonight there are growing that. In the lead-up to tonight there are that. In the lead-up to tonight there that. In the lead-up to tonight tomorrow's trade. Tell us about that. In the lead-up to tomorrow's trade. Tell us about that. In the lead-up tomorrow's trade. Tell us about that. In the tomorrow's trade. Tell us about that. In tomorrow's trade. Tell us about that. tomorrow's trade. Tell us about Wall Street should direct tomorrow's trade. Tell us Wall Street should direct tomorrow's trade. Tell Wall Street should direct tomorrow's trade. Wall Street should direct tomorrow's Wall Street should direct important figures just released on Wall Street should important figures just released on Wall Street important figures just released on Wall important figures just released on fall further today. Tom, some important figures just released fall further today. Tom, some important figures just fall further today. Tom, some important figures fall further today. Tom, some important fall further today. Tom, some important reason the market didn't fall further today. Tom, important reason the market didn't fall further today. important reason the market didn't fall further important reason the market didn't fall important reason the market didn't earnings. Telstra was another important reason the market earnings. Telstra was another important reason the important reason earnings. Telstra was another Investors sought the reliability of earnings. Telstra was earnings. Telstra Investors sought the reliability of the banks were sought out today. Investors sought the the banks were sought out today. That was part of the reason that the banks were sought out That was part of the reason that the banks were sought That was part of the reason that the banks were That was part of the reason that the banks That was part of the reason that the That was part of the reason that approach to the skox they invest in. That was part of the reason approach to the skox they invest in. That was part of the approach to the skox they invest in. That was part of approach to the skox they invest in. That was part approach to the skox they invest in. approach to the skox they invest in. That approach to the skox they invest in. talking a cautious or defensive talking a cautious or defensive approach to the skox they talking a cautious or defensive approach to the talking a cautious or defensive approach to talking a cautious or defensive approach talking a cautious or defensive locally and overseas. They're prospect of slowing economies locally and overseas. prospect of slowing economies prospect of slowing economies locally prospect of slowing economies Investors are grappling with the prospect of slowing today. Investors heading for the safety of the today. Investors heading for the safety of today. Investors heading for the safety today. Investors heading for the finance. The markets took a fall today. Investors heading for finance. The markets took a fall today. Investors heading finance. The markets took a fall today. Investors finance. The markets took a fall today. finance. The markets took a fall Tom Piotrowski for the latest on Let's cross now to come sess and Let's cross now to come sess and safety of the banking today. Investors heading for the safety of the banking sector. Investors are grappling Investors are grappling with safety of the banking sector. Investors are grappling with the prospect Investors are grappling with the prospect of Investors are grappling with the US economy lost momentum there are growing concerns that the US economy lost momentum in there are growing concerns that the US economy lost momentum in the first first quarter of US economy lost momentum in the first quarter of this US economy lost momentum in the first quarter of this year. the moment, US markets are Inflation also jumped as well. At the moment, US markets are moving lower and lower and that the moment, US markets are moving lower and that doesn't the moment, US markets are moving Inflation also jumped as well. At more than $1,000 if you don't sign a phone contract. and then if it happened in sport today, you're about to see it in Sports Tonight with Leigh Diffey. a rueful Blue reflects on his moment of madness. Carlton's Brendan Fevola talks about that facial. The Sharks' Brett Kimmorley wants we couldn't make them any easier. to play for Country. And - Australia's bravest surfer - we'll tell you why. Add boiling water." Oh. keep the boiling water?

All up they'll fetch more than $100,000 when they go under the hammer this weekend. And that's the latest from the Ten News centre. 'Sports Tonight' with Leigh Diffey is next. I'm Sandra Sully, from the Late News team, goodnight. Supertext Captions by the Australian Caption Centre. www.auscap.com.au skinny-dipping? the anti-ageing ingredients the seven signs of ageing. This program is captioned live. Here's the word on the national weather. And you can see cloud across the west, while a cloud-band hangs over the south-east corner. A trough will hit the west coast and a cold front will bring rain to the east coast triggering showers to Cairns, Canberra, Melbourne, Rain will develop later in the day for Sydney. It'll be mostly sunny for Brisbane. The chance of a thunderstorm for Perth. Mostly cloudy for Darwin, fine for Alice Springs. A rare auction of never before seen relics from the 'Titanic'. This watch stopped at the exact moment the vessel sank, saturated as its owner was lowered down the side of the ship in a lifeboat. A dinner menu and pieces of cutlery were also salvaged by survivors.