Lee Clegg attacked by soldiers

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Lee Clegg, the paratrooper who was released after serving four years for the murder of Belfast teenager Karen Reilly, was the victim of a serious assault by two other soldiers.

Lance Corporal Clegg, who was convicted in 1993 of murdering the 18-year- old joyrider, suffered facial injuries and had a tooth knocked out in the attack at Catterick, North Yorkshire. His solicitor, Simon McKay, said: "He was the victim of a serious assault and has suffered facial injuries which required stitches. The incident, which happened as he was returning to his billet on Saturday night, is being investigated by military police."

Nicole Veash

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