By JACKIE DENT NOV. 23, 2017 (New York Times)

ALICE SPRINGS, Australia — Margaret Pestorius arrived at court last week in her wedding dress, a bright orange-and-cream creation painted with doves, peace signs and suns with faces.

“It’s the colors of Easter, so I always think of it as being a resurrection dress,” said Ms. Pestorius, a 53-year-old antiwar activist and devout Catholic, who on Friday was convicted of trespassing at a top-secret military base operated by the United States and hidden in the Australian outback.

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(This article appeared first in the New York Times, then in the Sydney Morning Herald and Brisbane times as Trespassers’ trial drags Pine Gap spy base into spotlight)