Law, Bryan

Law, Bryan

Bryan Law

1 April 2010Feature

The Waihopai Ploughshares trial

Shortly after the lunch adjournment on the second day of the trial, 2 March, Adi Leason took the stand and commenced giving his testimony. His counsel, Michael Knowles, led Adi through a description of his life as a Christian, and his story as a teacher, community worker and political activist.

Adrian James Leason is 44 years old, married with seven children, presently living in Otaki. He made three of the banners used in the Waihopai Ploughshares action. “USA War on Terror: a…