Seamus Ludlow (47), of Thistlecross, Mountpleasant, Dundalk, County Louth, was murdered in the Irish Republic by British Army UDR/Red Hand Commando murder gang on 2 May 1976. His loyalist killers were never brought to justice.
Instead Seamus Ludlow was falsely branded as an informer who was killed by the IRA and his family cruelly implicated in his murder.
The Gardai and the RUC identified the real killers soon after the crime was committed but they took no action for some 22 years before the four loyalists were eventually arrested. None of these men will be charged with any offence even though two of them have made statements to the RUC, and one of them has spoken to the press. The Ludlow family still seek the truth and justice which the authorities have long denied them.
Further detailed information about the late Seamus Ludlow, his murder and the cover-up, as well as the Ludlow family's campaign for justice can be found elsewhere on this website.
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This page below features a poster promoting the Ludlow family's new appeal fund which was distributed in the Dundalk area in November 1999.
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