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 following article appeared in the Dundalk Democrat, 26 January 2002. It recalls the UVF murder of Patrick Mohan in Castleblayney, County Monaghan. Mr Mohan was one of the forgotten victims of the Loyalist bombing campaign along the border during the 1970s. He was murdered less than two months before the killing of Seamus Ludlow near Dundalk on 2 May 1976.
Mr Mohan was a 53 year old married farmer and, according to his widow, he had only driven into the town that evening so that he could buy some milk. The Ford Cortina car that was used to carry the bomb into Castleblayney was stolen in Belfast's Shankill Road area and false Irish number plates were attached to it.
Mr Mohan's widow (now Mrs Anna McAnenaney), was present at Dundalk Town Hall, accompanied by her second husband, on 18 February 1999 at the Ludlow family's public meeting. They came in an act of solidarity with another family that had suffered a great loss during the Troubles. Their presence was deeply appreciated by all in the Ludlow family who wish that they should see truth and justice for the late Pat Mohan.
Dundalk Democrat, 26 January 2002:
Blayney bombing to feature in new book.