Statement From The Family of Marian Price on the refusal of the British state to allow her to attend her sister Dolores’s Funeral

25 Jan

Statement from the family of Marian Price McGlinchey.

We have received news that Marian’s application for compassionate parole following the tragic death of her sister Dolours has been refused, despite her being granted bail earlier today.
Given Marian’s current health issues it is laughable that she would pose any kind of security or flight risk. We feel this decision is nothing more than a cont…inuance of a vicious and vindictive campaign on the part of the Prison Service, the Department of Justice and the British secretary of state along with M15 to destroy Marian both physically and mentally.
We would urge all right thinking people to utterly condemn this blatant breach of Marian’s fundamental human rights.

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One Response to “Statement From The Family of Marian Price on the refusal of the British state to allow her to attend her sister Dolores’s Funeral”

  1. John Meehan January 26, 2013 at 1:13 pm #

    They have again shown there contempt for basic human rights. What has GILMORE and co saying or doing about getting Marian released for at least to attend her beloved sister Dolours funeral ?

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