Published Thursday, 27 September 2012
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The 58-year-old who is accused of helping to organise and supporting a Real IRA rally, was due to appear in court on Thursday, instead she remained in a prison hospital where she is seriously ill.
During last year's Easter rally Price, who had been granted early release under the Good Friday Agreement, was seen holding a speech for a member of the Real IRA.
Then-Secretary of State Owen Paterson revoked her licence and returned Price, who is also known by her married name Marian McGlinchey, to prison alongside three other men from Derry.
Although the charges against the Old Bailey bomber were struck out by a Magistrate they were reinstated by the PPS and Price, Marvin Canning, Paddy McDaid and Frankie Quigley were expected to appear at Bishop Street Court house on Thursday.
But a lawyer for Price told the court that she had been examined by the doctors for the defence, the Prison Service and the United Nations, who all agreed that she was so unwell she was incapable of taking part effectively in any legal proceedings.
He added that her illness could result in Price giving inaccurate information to her own lawyers, who are calling for the charges against the accused to be struck out.
The Public Prosecution Service has been given three weeks to respond to the calls that there has been an unreasonable delay in bringing Price's case before the court.
Outside the courthouse supporters campaigned for Price's release, while Sinn Féin and SDLP have also joined the campaign to free Price, stating that her continued detention is unjustifiable.
Sinn Féin MLA Jennifer McCann said, "It is clear once again that Marian Price is unfit to stand trial and should be released immediately.
"There should be no delay as her further detention is an affront to natural justice."