Bernadette Devlin faces 6 months in prison for incitement to violence and obstruction of the police.

The 22 year-old Mid-Ulster MP, Bernadette Devlin, was found guilty on charges relating to the Derry riots and received a six month prison sentence. The charges related to incitement to violence and obstruction of police. 

Notice of appeal was immediately lodged and Devlin was allowed to leave the court having lodged bail of £250.

This footage shows Devlin leaving the courthouse with supporters singing 'We Shall Not Be Moved'.

RTÉ News footage from 22 December, 1969.