THE mother of drug smuggler Schapelle Corby will travel
to Bali to hand-deliver photographs of her daughter with an alleged
drug dealer to prove they were taken in Keroboken Prison.
Rosleigh Rose obtained the photographs after The Advertiser newspaper in Adelaide was contacted on behalf of one of the men in the pictures, known as "Dave".
One set of the pictures was seized by South Australian police last week.
Indonesian prosecutors have said they may use them to strengthen their appeal for a longer sentence for Corby, currently serving 15 years in Keroboken for smuggling 4kg of marijuana from Australia to Bali.
The prosecutors expected to use the pictures to argue Corby previously associated with drug dealers.
Corby's family have vehemently denied she had any involvement with drugs or drug dealers.
Ms Rose has previously said the pictures were taken inside the jail, and not prior to Corby's arrest.
"Dave" was one of two met who met Ms Rose in Bali earlier this year. A picture of them was taken at the restaurant where they met.
Further pictures were taken at Keroboken Prison one of each man with Schapelle, one of both men and Schapelle and one of Ms Rose, her partner and the two men outside Keroboken Prison.
The setting of those pictures, taken in May this year, is similar to that in pictures taken by Ms Rose of Schapelle on her birthday in jail in July this year.
Dave, who provided Ms Rose with the complete set of his holiday pictures, had met "Mal" a South Australian man arrested for his role in an alleged cannabis operation on the plane as both travelled to Bali. They met up in Bali, met Ms Rose and visited Schapelle together.
Two sets of the photos were printed in Bali one for each man. SA police seized one set, which were handed to Australian Federal Police Thursday afternoon.
The others were kept by "Dave", who is not involved with the police investigation, and handed to Ms Rose on Thursday night.
"I was so relieved . . . Now I just need to get these pictures to Jakarta, to the judges, for Schapelle's appeal to prove they were taken in Keroboken and that Schapelle did not know this person before," she said.
She said "Dave" was willing to go to Bali to tell the circumstances of the pictures, corroborating Corby's claims she had not previously met the men.
Ms Rose was planning to travel to Jakarta on Monday.
She slammed police for not helping and for comments suggesting the pictures were not taken "in a prison setting".
"I'd like to know what a prison setting is in his (Commissioner Hyde) book then," she said.
"I knew all the time I was right. Every magazine that's seen Schapelle knows that's Keroboken, they (police) want Schapelle to look bad, the senior police and Mick Keelty haven't helped Schapelle at all, they just want her to look bad to keep pressure off corrupt airports," she said.