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FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION

  • FEC press release re the dismissal of LaRouche's complaint against Red Letter Press, Nov. 4, 2004.

  • Case documents re LaRouche complaint against Red Letter Press (select case type MUR, type in 5400 as case number).

  • FEC press release re disposition of the commission's case against the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee, Nov. 9, 2006.

  • Case documents re the FEC's investigation of the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee (select case type ADR, type in 311 as case number).

    U.S. FEDERAL COURTS

  • U.S. Court of Appeals decision (March 3, 2006) rejects LaRouche's petition for review of FEC repayment order re his 2000 matching funds. The FEC had once again caught Lyndon "marking-up" charges to vendors affiliated exclusively with his organization, and had ordered him to pay back $222,034. Convicted felon LaRouche runs this scam in every election cycle--when is the government going to stop giving him what amounts to interest-free loans at taxpayer expense?

  • U.S. Solicitor General Ken Starr's brief to the Supreme Court in opposition to LaRouche's appeal of 1988 conviction for tax evasion and loan fraud.

  • ACLU loses fight to gain access for LaRouche Youth Movement recruiters to the University of Maryland campus.

  • U.S. Court of Appeals in D.C. rules on the right of Democratic Party officials to exclude two LaRouche delegates from the 1996 national convention. Upholds the district courtís dismissal of LaRoucheís consitututional claims, remands other claims to a district court panel of three judges.

  • LaRouche accountant Richard Welsh loses (1996) appeal of his 1990 conviction on charges relating to LaRoucheís loan fraud schemes.

    U.S. SENATE TESTIMONY

  • U.S. Senate testimony by Cato Institute scholar on the matching funds law and how it unfairly forces taxpayers to subsidize the likes of LaRouche.

  • LaRouche letter (1987) to U.S. Senator Joseph P. Biden re the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearings on Anthony M. Kennedy's nomination to the Supreme Court. LaRouche takes the occasion to predict an imminent massive financial collapse "not later than 1989, plunging the world into an economic depression comparable to that Europe has not suffered [sic] since the fourteenth century." LaRouche was apparently expressing once again his longing for a worse-than-the-Weimar-Republic economic implosion that could offer him at least a smidgeon of hope of replaying Hitler's rise to power. Alas, his projection of economic disaster (which he claimed was based on Reimannian-Gaussian mathematics) proved totally wrong, as have dozens of similar predictions by college dropout LaRouche since the 1970s-- giving him a record in the prophetic line roughly comparable to Edgar Cayce (and much worse than H.G. We! lls).

    Much, much more to come

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