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The Argus (Dundalk), 3 May 2006:

Asst. Commissioner meets Ludlow family tomorrow

The Assistant Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan is to meet with relatives of Seamus Ludlow, the Co Louth forestry worker murdered by loyalist paramilitaries 30 years ago, tomorrow (Thursday).

The meeting, which will take place in the offices of solicitor Mr James McGuill, follows on from the Final Report of the Joint Oireachtas Committee which recommended the re-opening of the investigation into the 47 year old forestry worker's murder on May 2nd 1976.

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See also:

The Argus (Dundalk), 3 May 2006: Night Gardai and Army arrested eight armed SAS men in Omeath


The Argus (Dundalk), 3 May 2006:

Looking back on yesteryear

30 years ago

The Dundalk area was shocked by the brutal murder of 47-year-old single man Seamus Ludlow who worked as a forestry worker and lived with his elderly mother and sister. His body was found near his home at Mountpleasant. Early Garda investigations confirmed that Mr Ludlow had hitched a lift on the Newry Road the day before his body was found. The murder came at a time when the north was in considerable turmoil and there was strong suspicions in the south at the activities of the British Army and the RUC along the Border with eight SAS men arrested at Flagstaff and taken to Dundalk Garda Barracks around the same time.

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The Argus (Dundalk), 10 May 2006: Ludlows met Asst. Cmmr

 

Download the Barron Report on the murder of Seamus Ludlow from the Oireachtas website (pdf file)

Download the Final Oireachtas Sub-Committee Report on the murder of Seamus Ludlow from the Oireachtas website (pdf file)

SUPPORT THE SEAMUS LUDLOW APPEAL FUND

Bank of Ireland
78 Clanbrassil Street
Dundalk
County Louth
Ireland

Account No. 70037984 

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Revised: May 10, 2006