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A fair day: Johnny Meere, Kildysert, Co Clare at the Spancilhill Horse Fair yesterday. Photograph by Eamon Ward

Defence Forces review number of serving personnel with convictions for gender-based violence

Defence Forces generals have held a high-level meeting to determine the number of serving personnel with convictions for gender-based violence.

The hastily organised meeting was convened amid growing public anger over the case of Cathal Crotty, a serving soldier who was spared jail last week after beating a woman unconscious.

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