Riot charge over Queen visit trouble
Published Wednesday, 11 July 2012
A man has been charged with rioting in west Belfast during the Queen's visit.
The scene of trouble at the Broadway roundabout area that night. (© UTV)
Crowds of up to 100 people gathered in the Broadway area of the city on 26 June.
Petrol bombs and other missiles were thrown at the police. Several officers were hurt.
A 22-year-old man is due to appear in court on Wednesday over the disorder.
He is charged with rioting, throwing a petrol bomb and causing criminal damage.
The charges are subject to review by the Public Prosecution Service.