LaRouche Denounces Obvious Fraud in Observer, BBC Stories
Sept. 17, 2006 (EIRNS)—Lyndon LaRouche today denounced news stories appearing in the Sunday Observer and BBC, promoting the latest fraudulent account of the death of Jeremiah Duggan. Both news photographer, Paul Canning, which claimed that the German investigation into the death of Jeremiah Duggan was flawed.
LaRouche stated that "The Observer and BBC reports were not only fraudulent in effect, but willfully fraudulent in intent." LaRouche added that he suspected that the entire effort was "associated with the influence of Mrs. Lynne Cheney on the circles of Mrs. Duggan, via her close ties with Liz Symons." This, LaRouche said, "is the most probable track through which this willful fraud has been perpetrated."