Jeremiah Duggan’s parents hope documentary will bring justice

The parents of a Harrow youngster whose death has never been solved hope a documentary on their personal investigation will help finally bring justice for their son.

On April 1 Channel Four’s Cutting Edge series will broadcast Lost Abroad: The Parents’ Story — which looks at Erica Duggan’s pursuit to get answers about her son Jeremiah’s death.

Jeremiah Duggan’s death and Lyndon LaRouche – BBC – part 1/2 · Part 2/2

Former Quainton Hall School pupil Jeremiah, 22, was found on a dual carriageway on the outskirts of Wiesbaden, Germany, in 2003, just five days after he arrived in the region.

Shortly before his death, Jeremiah made several phone calls to his family and girlfriend indicating that he believed his life was in danger but authorities in Germany claimed his death was not suspicious.

Police claimed it was suicide but his family have been pressing for a full investigation after collating evidence that they say shows the young Jew was beaten to death by members of alleged antiSemitic cult, LaRouche.

“We hope the documentary will highlight how painstaking our attempts to seek answers have been and if it can help in our pursuit for justice then it will be well worthwhile.

“We have been sent letters of apology from those involved in his hasty inquest and we are awaiting a date for an investigation to be held at High Court.

– Source / Full Story: Parents hope son’s death documentary will bring justice, David Baker, Harrow Observer, Mar. 30, 2010 — Summarized by Religion News Blog

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