David Eastman has told the ACT Supreme Court he should be moved to a quieter part of the Alexander Maconochie Centre, so he can prepare for another legal fight against his conviction according to the ABC.
- Appearing in the Supreme Court, Eastman says he wants to be moved to one of the prison’s cottages.
He said the level of noise and disruption in his unit is extremely tiring and stressful and it is interfering with his preparations for an appeal against an earlier judgement not to allow him an inquest into his original conviction.
[ED – Is it really a mad house out there? Or is Eastman once again playing silly buggers with process?]