Northern Ireland

Republican Marian McGlinchey guilty of protest charges

Marian McGlinchey was convicted of two charges
Marian McGlinchey was convicted of two charges

Veteran republican Marian McGlinchey has been convicted of two charges arising from a republican protest in Belfast over three years ago.

McGlinchey, 59, also known as Marian Price, was accused of resisting and obstructing police after a white-line protest in the New Lodge area of Belfast on 10 July 2010.

McGlinchey did not attend Belfast Magistrate's Court due to ill health.

The case was adjourned until 2 September.