Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Bulletin: Jeremiah Duggan: Suicide, as the German government says, or murder, according to Erica Duggin, his mother: On Wednesday 28, 2014, she will ask a British Coroner's Court to conduct a full inquest - on the basis that the German government has failed to fully investigate the death. (Press release: Erica Duggan);

RELEASE: "Justice for Jeremiah," published by Erica  Duggan,  published in May 2014.

SUB-HEADING:  "On 27 March 2003, Jeremiah Duggan’s body was found on a road near Wiesbaden, Germany. Since then, for eleven years, his mother Erica Duggan has tried to get a proper investigation into his death."

GIST:  "On Wed. 28th May 2014 there will be a Coroners Court Hearing in London. Erica Duggan will make an appeal to the British Coroner to use his discretion to hold a full Inquest as it appears that the investigation in Germany exists only in name and not in reality. .....Jeremiah Duggan was a British student in Paris, when he was persuaded to attend a ‘Peace Conference’ in Germany He soon discovered that he was amongst Right Wing extremists – followers of Lyndon LaRouche, a convicted felon, whose message was that it is the British and their agents, the Jews, who were fomenting the war in Iraq to bring about world destruction. At 5:25 a.m on March 27, 2003, Jeremiah phoned home from Wiesbaden begging to be saved, saying he was in danger of his life, from members of the LaRouche Group. Within the hour his dead body was found on the road, close to the LaRouche offices. The German authorities closed the case declaring Jeremiah’s death a suicide and justifying their decision not to investigate. No amount of new evidence and expert analysis carried out over the past 11 years moved the German authorities to reconsider......... Now everything rests on the Coroner’s decision next Wednesday to see if he will use his discretion and open a full Inquest so that the family can get a measure of Justice to establish the cause and circumstances of the death."

The entire release can be found at:

See The  related  Jewish Chronicle story:  "Eleven years after Jewish Londoner Jeremiah Duggan died in a suspected antisemitic attack in Wiesbaden, Germany, the still unresolved case is due to be heard in the UK for the first time next week.
Jeremiah’s mother, Erica, has long argued that German authorities failed to properly investigate the death of her 22-year-old son. Mr Duggan died after he fled an Iraq-war protest being held by the notoriously antisemitic LaRouche Schiller Institute in 2003. The pre-inquest hearing is due to take place in Barnet, London, on Wednesday. The aim will be to determine the status of the German investigations. German authorities have maintained that Mr Duggan’s death was a suicide. Ms Duggan argues there were no signs of suicidal behaviour in her son, who was studying in France at the time. Rather, she says, he went to Germany to attend anti-war meetings sponsored by the Schiller Institute. Witnesses told her that Jeremiah had been terrorised by institute followers after he objected to statements blaming the Iraq war on Jews, and proudly identified himself as Jewish. Jeremiah fled into traffic and was reportedly hit by vehicles. Ms Duggan contends her son was under attack."



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