On October 15th, 2007 an estimated 300 police raided houses all over Aotearoa New Zealand and arrested people based on warrants issued under the Terrorism Suppression Act. Lives were turned upside down as the police searched for evidence of ‘terrorism.’ This book is a collection of oral history interviews of people affected by those raids and the aftermath: defendants, friends, family, supporters and other people subject to the state’s coercive powers on that day.
A tale of toil from a weary legislator's letter writer, by Mark Henkes.
A tale of toil by Laura Markley, an office worker.
Molly Wagner on her short-lived employment as a seltzer drink seller.
Tale of exile in Malaysia by Kwazee Wabbitt
A tale of toil from legal temp Mickey D.
A tale of toil from a San Francisco hospital social worker.
A tale of toil in a workers' compensation claims unit.