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 Irish News, 11 February, 2004:
Ludlow family consider civil case against Garda
By Valerie Robinson,
Justice for the Forgotten at http://www.dublinmonaghanbombings.org/. The Barron Report on the May 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings can be downloaded in pdf format from http://www.irlgov.ie/oireachtas/Committees-29th-D%E1il/jcjedwr-debates/InterimDubMon.pdf
Ireland on Sunday, 12 October 2003: Top names linked to Dublin-Monaghan atrocity Bombs report names gardai 'collaborators'
The Sunday Independent, 2 November 3003: Net is closing in on Dublin car bombers
The Dundalk Democrat, 8 November 2003: Dundalk bombing and Ludlow murder ignored
The Dundalk Democrat, 8 November 2003: Family feel inquiry will make little difference
The Dundalk Democrat, 8 November 2003: Inquest could be next January
The Irish News, 8 November 2003: No mention of Dundalk victims in Barron report
The Irish News, 11 November 2003: Interview loyalist over witness claim judge told
The Dundalk Democrat, Editorial, 20 December 2003: No cause for optimism following Barron Report
The Dundalk Democrat, 20 December 2003: Missing files a matter of concern for Ludlow relatives
The Dundalk Democrat, 20 December 2003: Bombing families fear truth will never be known
The Irish Daily Star (Northern Edition), 29 January 2004: Family and former British army man hit out Barron "Failed to Serve Truth" Former spy slams report
The Irish Daily Star (Northern Edition), 29 January 2004: Family wants truth about murder
The Sunday Mercury, (English Midlands newspaper) 8 February 2004: Midland man may face 1976 murder quiz
The Irish Daily Star (Northern Edition), 9 February 2003: 'Shine light on Ludlow files' Family calls for answer Exclusive
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Revised: February 13, 2004 .