Sammy Ward

For the American R&B singer who recorded for Motown, see Singin' Sammy Ward.

Samuel "Sammy" 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.

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


  1. Profile,; accessed 3 November 2015.


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