Thomas Trainor
Assassinated on 8 March 1978


From a Starry Plough remembrance.

Aged 29, a member of the IRSP and a staff officer in the INLA, he was shot by the UVF as he and a companion were walking along the Armagh Road from Jervis Street. The INLA said that Trainor had been threatened numerous times by the RUC and had been told that the SAS "would get him".