Maya Evans

Maya Evans, free speech and peace campaigner, in the rain out side the Courts of Justice, the High Court in the Strand, before going in to appeal, with others, against the controversial SOCPA law, so called, Serious Organised Crime and Police Act. Maya Evans, a vegan chef from Hastings, was arrested in October for reading out names of soldiers killed in Iraq at central London's Cenotaph, with out permission from the police. Evans made history by being the first person to be convicted under the new controversial law banning unauthorised protests from taking place within approximately half a mile of Westminster, the government is now thinking about extending the zone to include the whole country. London, UK, 16th November 2006

Date: 16/11/2006

Location: Strand, London, UK

Photographer: Richard Keith Wolff

Maya Evans

Maya Evans, free speech and peace campaigner, in the rain out side the Courts of Justice, the High Court in the Strand, before going in to appeal, with others, against the controversial SOCPA law, so called, Serious Organised Crime and Police Act. Maya Evans, a vegan chef from Hastings, was arrested in October for reading out names of soldiers killed in Iraq at central London's Cenotaph, with out permission from the police. Evans made history by being the first person to be convicted under the new controversial law banning unauthorised protests from taking place within approximately half a mile of Westminster, the government is now thinking about extending the zone to include the whole country. London, UK, 16th November 2006

Date: 16/11/2006

Location: Strand, London, UK

Photographer: Richard Keith Wolff