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Peace protester in court

Peace activist Bryan Law being taken away in a police car from Rockhampton Airport after he damaged an Australian helicopter.
Peace activist Bryan Law being taken away in a police car from Rockhampton Airport after he damaged an Australian helicopter. Chris Ison

PEACE activist Bryan Law will appear in Rockhampton Magistrates Court today on seven charges relating to damage he caused to an Australian Defence Force $36 million Tiger armed reconnaissance helicopter.  

The 57-year-old took to the aircraft with a garden mattock at the Rockhampton Airport on July 21 in protest against military operation, Talisman Sabre.  

The charges of fellow protester Graeme Dunstan, 61, relating to the incident will also come before the court.    

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