New charges for Aquarius co-founder over helicopter damage

AQUARIUS Festival co-founder Graeme Dunstan will today face further charges associated with his role in Bryan Law's mattock attack on a Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter during Talisman Sabre 2011 in Rockhampton Magistrates Court.

Mr Dunstan is charged with wilful damage (cutting of a chain), possession of tainted property (his camera) and unauthorised entry onto airport land .

Last month he was found guilty on a charge of wilful damage to the helicopter in the Rockhampton District Court, receiving a two-year suspended prison sentence and a three-year good behaviour bond with a self recognisance of $2000.



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