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Garda Commissioner Drew Harris apologises to wrongly convicted man

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has apologised to a man wrongly convicted of the manslaughter of a 19-year-old woman in Co Meath in 1971.Gardai confirmed that Mr Harris has sent a written apology to Martin Conmey, who was one of three men wrongly accused of killing Una Lynskey.The teenager disappeared near Ratoath 50 years ago.Mr Conmey served three years in prison in 1972 following his conviction for manslaughter, but that was quashed in 2010.In relation to Mr Conmey, at the recommendation of the Commissioner of the time and with the agreement of the Minister for Justice of the time, Mr Conmey...
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