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Matt O'Conner, the founder of Fathers for Justice (L) and Tim Haries, who is accused of defacing a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, arrive at the Southwark Court in London on June 28, 2013. Haries, a campaigner for fathers' rights to access to their children, has pleaded not guilty to causing more than 5,000 British pounds worth of damage to a painting of Queen Elizabeth II which was defaced with spray paint as it hung in Westminster Abbey on June 13, 2013. AFP PHOTO/WILL OLIVER (Photo credit should read WILL OLIVER/AFP/Getty Images)
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Matt O'Conner, the founder of Fathers for Justice (L) and Tim Haries, who is accused of defacing a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, arrive at the Southwark Court in London on June 28, 2013. Haries, a campaigner for fathers' rights to access to their children, has pleaded not guilty to causing more than 5,000 British pounds worth of damage to a painting of Queen Elizabeth II which was defaced with spray paint as it hung in Westminster Abbey on June 13, 2013. AFP PHOTO/WILL OLIVER (Photo credit should read WILL OLIVER/AFP/Getty Images)
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June 28, 2013
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Matt O'Conner the founder of Fathers for Justice and Tim Haries who... News Photo 171726721Arrival,Arts Culture and Entertainment,British Royalty,Elizabeth II,Father,Founder,Justice,London - England,Portrait,Queen,Royalty,UK,VerticalPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPMatt O'Conner, the founder of Fathers for Justice (L) and Tim Haries, who is accused of defacing a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, arrive at the Southwark Court in London on June 28, 2013. Haries, a campaigner for fathers' rights to access to their children, has pleaded not guilty to causing more than 5,000 British pounds worth of damage to a painting of Queen Elizabeth II which was defaced with spray paint as it hung in Westminster Abbey on June 13, 2013. AFP PHOTO/WILL OLIVER (Photo credit should read WILL OLIVER/AFP/Getty Images)