David Lindsay, clerk of works, at the Housing Executive building site, Ballyduff Road, Newtownabbey, where two Roman Catholic workers were murdered by the UDA/UFF on 7th May 1974, is interviewed by the media. The murder victims were Frederick Leonard, 20 years, from the Short Strand area of Belfast, and Patrick Jago, 55 years, from Andersonstown, Belfast. At the time the men were having lunch in a site hut. 197405070249A.
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