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I had been to going to the prison quite a bit in order to drop off books and stuff. Finally, I managed to visit him on the day the terrorism charges were dropped. I went with a couple of other friends. ’ He was in a really interesting space, very much resigned to whatever happened. When I went home and turned on the radio, they said the charges could not be applied. Mount Eden prison was in a way what I expected. It was insanely restrictive and very inhumane. You go in, fill out these forms, go through the metal detectors and then sit in a specified seat.
Ultimately, that is one of the reasons why Tino Rangatiratanga had to be undermined and removed as a social construct: because the chiefs themselves could not make decisions on their own even if they wanted to. If they did, it could lead to war. Often the case in Te Rohe Potae in the lead-up to the crown invasions was that various rangatira would discuss an idea put to them by a government representative who would be hoping that he would be able to convince them to give their permission to a particular action.
I waited there for him to come out in his orange jumpsuit. I remember him coming out into the visiting area. He was so excited to have some coins to buy snacks. He was like a little boy, coming up to us and grabbing the change and then running over to the vending machine. ’ He slowed and walked over to get his chocolates. My perception of the space was that it was totally inhumane and sterile, devoid of any kind of humanity really. I talked to Omar about having to be searched every time he leaves and enters.
The Day the Raids Came: Stories of survival and resistance to the state terror raids by Valerie (ed.) Morse