The Murder of Seamus Ludlow in County Louth, May 1976. Towards a public inquiry?
Introduction to the murder of Seamus Ludlow and the official cover-up.
The recent Campaign for Truth and Justice.
Other Ludlow Family Sites.
The Dundalk Democrat, 4 May 2002:
Dundalk Bombing enquiry
Garda Commissioner, Pat Byrne, told this paper on Friday afternoon that it was his understanding that the force were cooperating fully with the Barron Inquiry into the Dundalk and Dublin/Monaghan bombings.
"The Gardai are assisting in every way possible and are cooperating fully with the enquiries into the Dublin/Monaghan and Dundalk bombings", said the Commissioner. "We have liaison officers working with the Barron Inquiry".
A reply is still awaited on a further query sent to the Commissioner's office by this paper on Monday afternoon seeking more information on the nature and extent of the Garda cooperation.
On the issue of the still unresolved murder of Seamus Ludlow in 1976, the Commissioner said that the file on the case was still open.
The Irish News, 23 February 2002: 'Public inquiry needed'
The Dundalk Democrat, 2 March 2002: Ludlow murder: Relatives draw a blank in meeting with McDowell
The Dundalk Democrat, 9 March 2002: Ludlow relatives meet NI Ombudsman Sympathy but no new information
The Dundalk Democrat, 27 April 2002: Ludlow family happy with Dublin meeting
Last Edited : 04 May 2002