On Monday 20 January Margaretta D'Arcy was visited in Limerick prison by her son Finn Arden, Niall Farrell of Galway Alliance Against War, and Edward Horgan of Shannonwatch. She was in good form and very determined to continue her "conversation with the State" from within the walls and barbed wire of Limerick Prison. With regard to signing any documents or bonds that could lead to her release from prison she was adamant that she will only sign such undertakings if the Irish Government takes steps to end the US military use of Shannon airport. She made it clear that the protests on the Shannon runway by Niall Farrell and herself were to highlight the crimes being facilitated by the runway at Shannon and she said was this runway was part of the crime scene. If she were to give a written undertaking not to go on to this runway then she could be indirectly complicit in the crimes being committed by US military and CIA who are using this runway on their journeys to and from the wars in Afghanistan and drone attacks and murderous assassinations in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and elsewhere.