Four Men To Appear In Court In Connection With Murder Of Peter Butterly

Four men are to appear in court charged in connection with the murder of Peter Butterly.

Mr Butterly was fatally shot outside a bar in Meath on 06 March 2013.

The suspects were detained in counties Meath, Cavan and Dublin.

Two other men are serving life sentences for the murder of Mr Butterly.


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