Accused Anzac Day killer charged over Cavan Youth Training Centre assault | 7NEWS

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A teenager accused over a gang murder will be moved to an adult prison after allegedly assaulting a youth social worker.

The victim was taken to hospital for emergency treatment after being attacked and spat on.

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