SA euthanasia activist Sean Davison on how he stayed sane during his three years of house arrest

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Sean Davison is a free man after spending three years under house arrest. (PHOTO: Misha Jordaan)
Sean Davison is a free man after spending three years under house arrest. (PHOTO: Misha Jordaan)

A red kite hangs forlornly in the branches of a tree – it got stuck there some months ago when Sean Davison and his three kids tried to fly it.

“It’s better on the beach – there are too many trees here,” 12-year-old Finnian says earnestly. 

But the garden has been the only place Sean and his kids could fly the kite for the past three years.

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