originally published by: BBC News
20th May 2010
The High Court has ordered a new inquest into the death of a 22-year-old student from north London whose body was found on a motorway in Germany.
Jeremiah Duggan, from Golders Green, was found near Wiesbaden in March 2003. A German inquest found he killed himself but this ruling was later disputed by a British coroner.
Lord Justice Elias said the inquest must investigate possible “foul play” after new evidence hinted the crash was faked and he might have been killed.
Two High Court judges quashed the findings of the first inquest, held in November 2003, which said that Mr Duggan died of fatal head injuries after running into the B455 motorway near Wiesbaden.
They added that the new inquest must examine whether his death was the result of foul play after hearing that Mr Duggan, who was Jewish, had attended an event organised by the far-right LaRouche group.