Sammy Ward

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Samuel Ward (c. 1963 – 31 October 1992) was the leader of the Irish People's Liberation Organisation's Belfast Brigade. The IPLO was made up of ex-members of the Irish National Liberation Army. Following its split from and feud with the INLA, the IPLO split into two factions, Ward running one.[citation needed]

He was killed by the Provisional IRA in its 1992 purge of the IPLO's Belfast Brigade and Army Council factions.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Profile, ulsternation.org.uk; accessed 3 November 2015.

Sources[edit]

  • Henry McDonald, INLA - Deadly Divisions, Paperback: 469 pages; Poolbeg Press Ltd (April 26, 2010); ISBN 1842234382; ISBN 978-1842234389