The Barron Inquiry - Draft Terms of Reference for Inquiry - A Fresh Inquest - 2005 Inquest Account - BIRW Report - Witness Account - Ludlow Family Account - Sunday World report May 1976 - Meeting the Police Ombudsman - Ed Moloney Radio Interview - 25th Anniversary - Profile - Questions - Photographs - Press Release - Letter to RUC - Magill article 1999 - Press Coverage - Barron Report Published - Ludlow Family Response to Barron Report - Download the Barron Report from the Oireachtas website (pdf file) - Statement from Justice for the Forgotten - Joint Oireachtas Committee Request for Submissions - Joint statement from Justice for the Forgotten, Relatives for Justice and the Pat Finucane Centre - Download Transcript of Ludlow family meeting with Oireachtas Sub-Committee (Word file)
The Barron Report into the circumstances surrounding the murder of Seamus Ludlow has been received by the Garda Commissioner and is being examined.
An Garda Síochána acknowledges that there were issues in the original investigation carried out some 30 years ago.
In recent years, An Garda Síochána has taken whatever actions were available to right the situation and in this regard cooperated fully with the Barron and other enquiries and will continue to do so.
behalf of Garda Commissioner Noel Conroy by Superintendent Kevin Donohoe, Garda
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SUPPORT THE SEAMUS LUDLOW APPEAL FUNDBank of Ireland 78 Clanbrassil Street Dundalk County Louth Ireland
Account No. 70037984