The Murder of Seamus Ludlow in County Louth, May 1976. Towards a public inquiry?
The Sunday World (Northern edition), 13 November 2005:
Truth is out there
Did loyalists who killed in the Republic escape justice through garda incompetence?
Or did some high-ranking garda officers stifle proper investigations into atrocities like the Dublin/Monaghan bombings or the UVF murder of Seamus Ludlow near Dundalk?
Not only relatives of the victims of these cross-border loyalist killings have doubts about the way the cases were investigated.
For there is growing suspicion that certain garda officers were working hand-in-glove with the RUC to cover-up the fact that loyalists on murder missions in the Republic were Special Branch or British military agents.
I Homepage I I Top I I Press Coverage I I Barron Inquiry I I Terms of reference for Barron Inquiry I I Barron Report Published I I Fresh Inquest I I Celtic League Support I I New GuestMap Guest Book. I
Copyright © 2005 the Ludlow family. All rights reserved.