The BBC reports that the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) have re-instated charges against Marian Price and three Londonderry men in relation to a 32 County Sovereignty Movement Easter Monday parade in the city in 2011. Among those being charged again is Marvin Canning – the 50-year-old brother-in-law of Northern Ireland deputy First Minister, Sinn Féin’s Martin McGuinness. From the BBC report
In May, a district judge said he would not return the four for trial as there were “no papers in front of him” and the charges were not proceeded with.
However, the decision by the PPS means that the four will now face the original charges again.
The three Derry men were freed but Ms Price continued to be held in custody because her licence had been revoked.
Ms Price, 57, who appeared in court under her married name of Marian McGlinchey, from Stockman’s Avenue in Belfast, was charged along with Paddy McDaid, 42, of Sackville Court, Frank Quigley, 29, of Elmwood Road and Marvin Canning, 50, of Glendara, all in Derry, in connection with managing and taking part in a meeting in support of a proscribed organisation.