Marian Price release

pricemarian_30052013Because I’ve been holidaying in the West Country and away from TV and the papers, I’ve only just heard that Marian Price was released a week ago.  Mick Healy texted me that he was at a function in Dublin tonight for her.

Although the general coverage of the release – I’ve just been checking media – has centred on human rights, her health etc, the imprisonment was for political reasons and her release is a political victory for the unbroken and the unbought.

Now the energy that built up around Marian’s case needs to be focussed on Martin Corey, Stephen Murney and the other prisoners.


Posted on June 7, 2013, in 21st century republicanism and socialism, British state repression (general), Democratic rights - general, Hunger strikes, Irish politics today, Partition, Prisoners - current, Prisoners - past, Provos - then and now, Repression and resistance in the six counties today, Revolutionary figures, Women in republican history, Women prisoners. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Marian Price release.

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