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  After suicide, Leesburg widow sues LaRouche
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Last EditedRBH  Aug 26, 2009 12:14am
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AuthorJana Wagoner
News DateTuesday, August 25, 2009 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionThe widow of a man who jumped to his death off of the Waxpool Road overpass in Sterling onto Route 28 in April 2007 has filed a lawsuit in federal court against perennial presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche.

Marielle “Molly” Kronberg's complaint charges LaRouche and his followers with harassment of a federal witness and libel.

Kronberg, of Leesburg, alleges in the lawsuit that LaRouche and codefendants Barbara Boyd and the LaRouche Political Action Committee, along with others, conspired to injure her because she testified for the prosecution in a 1988 federal trial in which LaRouche was convicted of fraud and tax evasion.

LaRouche lives in Round Hill, and the LaRouche PAC is headquartered in Leesburg.

Kronberg further alleges that LaRouche and his supporters have published false statements saying that she committed perjury at LaRouche's trial to falsely cause his conviction and also that she drove Kenneth Kronberg, her husband of 34 years, to suicide.
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