Bryan Law was given a 37-page 'Brief of Evidence', containing seven witness statements, two search warrants, along with a Police evidence bag containing a 1972 VHS video tape; 3 CDs; and three eight-by-ten colour glossy photographs with circles and arrows and a paragraph on the back of each one explaining what each one was, to be used as evidence against him
The judge told Law in court last week, that the prosecution had the right to call who they want, and don't want, as witnesses to testify against him.
"You have the right under the Justice system to call who you wish," he was told by the Magistrate.
Bryan Law has since spoken to the Police who are prosecuting him, on behalf of the Australian Labour Party. Law contests they are not the owner of the electorate signs he defaced.
"The prosecution has asked me to forward a submission, which I will do," Bryan Law says.
"My concern is that they never interviewed Cairns MP Desley Boyle or Channel 7 reporter Scott Forbes, two people who are at the centre of this," Law says.
Foebes was told by Boyle that she accepted the graffiti to her signs prior to the election, and wouldn't be taking any action.
Bryan Law was told that the prosecution are only interested in what was screened on TV of him defacing the signs."I will be serving a subpoena on Desley Boyle to appear before the Court," Bryan Law said. "The Judge agreed on this date, so we can accommodate Desley Boyle, whilst State Parliament is not sitting."
The involvement by Boyle's own office staff; that the signs were ordered and invoiced to her and stored at her office and not the ALP, will be grounds to prove she is the effected party.
Law wants to hold the Cairns MP to account for her involvement in ignoring the community about not preserving the now-destroyed Yacht Club building on its historic waterfront site. Cairns Regional Councillor, Alan Blake now is advocating that the vacant land should be a public park.
The hearing is set for Friday 14th August.