The man who disrupted a meeting of the North's Assembly in Stormont last month has been remanded in custody following a court appearance in Belfast this morning.
51 year-old Michael Stone was remanded in custody today while police compile further evidence about a bomb attack on Stormont.
Stone spoke only to confirm his name during a brief appearance via video link at Belfast Magistrates' Court.
He was captured on camera on November 24th trying to enter the parliament when two security guards trapped him in the doors of the building.
The court heard that prosecutors were still awaiting the results of forensic examinations on articles carried by Stone, which allegedly included nail bombs.
Stone was remanded in custody to appear again in court on January 19th.