Two women and a man have been jailed for the manslaughter of a new age traveller in west Cork almost four years ago.
Una Geaney, 45, with an address at Mullinagleamig, Dingle, Co Kerry, was sentenced to ten years in prison for her part in the killing of Gary Bull, 37, at Shanlaragh, Dunmanway in Cork in September 2007.
Amanda McNab, 26, originally from Scotland but also living at Mullinagleamig, received a nine-year sentence for the manslaughter of Mr Bull.
Both women were found guilty of manslaughter following a trial at the Central Criminal Court earlier this year.
Jason Thomas, 40, with an address at Mount Pleasant Road in Exeter, England, also received a nine-year sentence for manslaughter today. He pleaded guilty to the charge earlier this year.
Another man, Joseph Barrett, 24, from Drimoleague in Cork, had received a six-month sentence for impeding the garda investigation.
Mr Bull's body was found in a slurry pit in Dunmanway after he had attended a party where a fight had broken out.