|Some of the plantiffs.|
|Inside the chartered bus on their way to the Court House, across Sarawak River|
|Ungal Sanyam anak Daun et al, one of the plantiffs.|
Three of the Sebangan Seven, TR Neli anak Nipa (Bajong Atas), TR Phillip anak Bakak (Tungkah), TR Sadon anak Ason (Ensika), with one of the plantiffs, TR Apat anak Hamba (Tungkah Dayak)
|Yang Berhomat Baru Bian, one of the counsels for plantiffs.|
|Infront of the Court House|
|A visit from YB Baru Bian|
|My father infront of the Court House|
|Chartered bus to ferry Sebangan folks from SADIA to the Court House, across river|
|Waiting patiently for court to be in session|
Scopping rice from "upis" from outer layer of palm flowers, the way Iban used to carry their rice to work in the farm.
|Unggal Ibrahim and his siblings always there to support my brother.|
|Duka the driver ferrying folks from Sebangan to Kuching|
|Making themselves comfortable, sitting down Iban style.|
My father helping himself for a plate of rice. He is so proud of wearing the Navy cap, USS Princton, that his naval officer grand-daughter gave him as a sovenier.
|The Court House was packed to capacity every day of the hearing.|
|It was a chance also to meet with friends|
|Helen and SN Voon sharing a plate on Court House lawn|
|Sanyam, one of the plantiffs with plate of rice|
|Taking it easy while waiting for court session to begin|
Kampong ladies, you can take them out of the kampong but you cannot take their kampong, their land, their forests out of them. May justice prevails.
|When there is not enough chair, you simply sit down on the floor and make yourself comfortable, Iban style|
|The lucky ones who can find seats.|
The brought their own lunch to the court house but come they must to hear the court proceedings. This is also an historical moment for many Ibans, fighting in court against the richest and the most powerful people in Sarawak.
|My father, rain or shine, is ever present to support his son and Sebangan relatives.|