Fascist cult ‘may have killed Jewish student’

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A new British inquest has been ordered into the death of a Jewish student in Germany after claims that he might have been killed by a far-Right cult.

A coroner in Germany ruled that Jeremiah Duggan, 22, had committed suicide by running on to a road where he was hit by fast-moving cars in 2003.

A High Court judge in London yesterday said that evidence of “foul play” must be investigated after new details suggested the crash was faked and he might have been killed.
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Lord Justice Elias said his death, which was thought to have occurred on a highway near Wiesbaden, might have happened elsewhere and could have been “stage managed” to look like a road accident.

One member of the LaRouche group allegedly told his mother: “We have hunted him down … it is right that he is dead, he is a traitor and a spy.”

The judge ruled that potentially crucial evidence was not available at the first inquest held in 2003 by Dr William Dolman, the north London coroner.
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The decision was welcomed by Erica Duggan, Jeremiah’s mother, who has long fought for a new hearing. She hopes it will lead to the German authorities reopening their investigations into her son’s death.
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Lawyers for Mrs Duggan described the LaRouche group as “a cult-like organisation which Mrs Duggan now knows espouses a fascist and anti-Semitic ideology and is headed by Lyndon LaRouche, a convicted fraudster”.

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– Source / Full Story: Fascist cult ‘may have killed Jewish student’, Murray Wardrop, Telegraph, May 21, 2010 — Summarized by Religion News Blog

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This post was last updated: May. 21, 2010