It is clear that suffering depression is not going to save you from jail or doing the remaining time on your sentence. It is also pretty clear that throwing a tantrum and locking yourself in a bathroom is also not going to prevent the inevitable. It may delay the inevitable for a little while but it won't delay the inevitable forever.
So, after 12 days of intensive treatment for her depression, Corby is now back in prison. I am certain that this is all going to happen again sooner or later. That is, a return of the depression in force and another stay in hospital. If I was a betting man, I would be betting on sooner. Her psychiatrists (or the less PC, shrinks) have determined that all further treatment can be done back in prison and there is no longer any need for the creature comforts of a regular hospital.
I am not sure that continually antagonizing the Indonesian authorities it the way to go. The alleged yelling and screaming that was directed at the Kerobokan Prison's Security Chief or the Prison's Governor is probably not going to facilitate better conditions for Corby.I guess sometimes you just have to pull your head in and do the best you can.
The saga continues...