Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 28 December 2014

Marian Price on march charge

Former Old Bailey bomber and Real IRA prisoner's representative Marian Price has appeared in court alongside 13 others charged with taking part in an illegal march in Derry.

Former Old Bailey bomber and Real IRA prisoner's representative Marian Price has appeared in court alongside 13 others charged with taking part in an illegal march in Derry.

It is understood the charges relate to a 32 County Sovereignty Easter Rising commemoration at Creggan cemetery on March 28, 2005.

Price (52), from Stockman's Avenue in Belfast, and 13 others each faced a charge of taking part in a public procession in respect of which the requirements of Section 6 of the Public Processions NI Act 1998, as to notice, had not been satisfied, at Londonderry Magistrate's Court yesterday.

Those also charged with the same offence are Paddy Deehan (38), from Churchside Court in Sion Mills, Paul Dillon (27), from Kilowen, Coalisland, Michael Gallagher (26), from Beechwood Avenue in Derry, Patrick William Browne (42), from Leafair Park, Derry, Jane Gallagher from Creggan Heights, Derry, Aine Lorraine Corr from Altowen Park in Coalisland, Thomas Noel Abernethy (36), from Glebe Mews, Dungannon, Gary John Donnelly (35), from Kular Court, Derry, Anne Marie Doherty (31), from Donegal Place, Derry and Seamus Matthew McGarrigle (39), from Strabane.

Also charged are Donald Mullen (35), from Fairmount Park, Dungannon, Brendan Gerard O'Connor (27), Cavanoneill Road, Pomeroy, and Francis Anthony McKay from Forest Park in Omagh.

The case was adjourned until May 16.

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