Justice For Jeremiah - Archive

 LYNDON LAROUCHE IS DEAD 


NOW WILL THERE BE PEOPLE WHO HAVE THE COURAGE TO SPEAK OUT?


            Lyndon LaRouche died on 12 February 2019 aged 96 years.  Jeremiah Duggan died on 27 March 2003 aged 22 years old, after attending a conference of the LaRouche Organization. His life was stolen from him. It is with infinite hope that following the death of Lyndon LaRouche there will be honest people who will confess to the truth about what happened to Jeremiah. 

            There are no words to describe the amount of pain and suffering that Lyndon LaRouche caused. His work for many years ruined lives, destroyed families, broke up marriages, incited hatred, spread destructive anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and sowed the seeds of hate throughout the world. It is to be hoped that his life’s work will now come to an end. Lyndon LaRouche was convicted of fraud and given a fifteen-year jail sentence. His memorial will be that not only did he accumulate wealth for himself on the backs of the labour of his idealistic followers but that he cast them into situations of dependency where they lost all pride in their better selves and merely carried on working despite finally realising how sorely they had been betrayed. 

    

            SIXTEEN YEARS ON AND STILL NO JUSTICE FOR JEREMIAH

NEW ACTION 

On 20 January 2019 the lawyer Serdar Kaya, acting for the Duggan family, filed an application in the Higher Court (OLG Frankfurt) to re-open the case on the grounds that the investigations to date had been deeply flawed, biased and insufficient.

            

BACKGROUND 

Jeremiah Duggan, a healthy young student from England, studying in Paris, died in 2003 under suspicious circumstances only a few days after attending a conference in Germany, organized by the LaRouche organization. In 2008 new information came forward that Jeremiah was subjected to harm, and suspects were named.  In 2012 the case was forced open by a verdict by the Higher Court (OLG Frankfurt) which instructed that the circumstances surrounding the death be properly investigated. The Court placed importance on how the danger of collective harming should also be thoroughly investigated.

            

CONSEQUENCES 

After the 2012 decision by the OLG, the Wiesbaden authorities delayed for six years to fully carry out the instructions of the Court. Despite the family’s objections, they returned to the same police inspector who in 2003 had destroyed vital evidence and by his action had delayed detection of possible crimes. The family’s lawyer, who had presented important information, was mostly ignored by the authorities who seemed bent on justifying their previous failures.  Key witnesses were not interviewed, and leads were ignored. They also refused to interview Erica Duggan who was the last person to speak to Jeremiah before his death when he phoned her twenty-five minutes earlier stating he was under threat from the LaRouche people and begging to be rescued. 

            Erica Duggan states: ‘Sixteen years ago we asked for a proper investigation and even now they show no sign of taking seriously the danger that killed our son.  Will there ever be protection for young people against the threat of destructive groups if the authorities continue to turn a blind eye?’ 

 

More Information:  http://Justiceforjeremiah.yolasite.com,  larouche-danger.org.

Berlin Lawyer: Serdar Kaya <mail@kanzlei-kaya.de>

Erica Duggan: justiceforjeremiah@gmail.com

 

             


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