Chabad has never been known for truth-telling, and this latest example of Chabad's lack of honesty is truly astounding.
The late Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson had two siblings, both males. One, Yisroel Aryeh Leib, left Orthodoxy and became secular. The other, Dov Ber, was mentally challenged and lived in an institution.
Those of you familiar with the story of the Rebbe saving a drowning boy who fell into a river may not know that boy was Dov Ber. The Rebbe had taken Dov Ber out of the institution for a walk in the park. He stopped to speak with someone and Dov Ber slipped away and fell in the river. The Rebbe saved him.
Dov Ber was later murdered by the Nazis.
Chabad.org has "news story" about a monument Chabad dedicated in Dov Ber's memory.
Mentally challenged Dov Ber is now "Rabbi" Dov Ber Schneerson and any mention of his handicap has been removed:
Rabbi Dov Ber Schneerson Honored with New Monument
Wednesday, June 25 2008
DNEPROPETROVSK, Ukraine – On the outskirts of Dnepropetrovks, near the village of Igren, a ceremony took place for the opening of a complex built in the memory of Rabbi Dov Ber Schneerson, the brother of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson of righteous memory.
Nothing about this event is coincidental, with the memorial erected at the actual location of Dov Ber's shooting and on the same day that he was died in 1941. At the time the Nazis occupied this region, he was located here as part of a health retreat. It was through the assistance provided by one individual that this site was pinpointed. This man shared the same hospital room as Rabbi Dov Ber, but instead of being shot was sent to a concentration camp to work. He survived and later helped the local Jewish community to identify the site of this tragic murder.
The event involved Chief Rabbi of Dnepropetrovsk Shmuel Kaminetsky, Jewish community Chairman Grigoriy Korol, Deputy Head of the Regional Administration Grigory Verbitzkiy, Deputy Chair of the Dnepropetrovsk Region's Council Andrei Shipko, and the Chief Doctor of the institution where Rabbi Dov Ber Schneerson had been resting at the time of his death.
The gathering concluded with a reading of the commemorative prayer 'El Molle Rachamim', after which attendees laid stones at the grave of Dov Ber Schneerson, light candles in his memory, and paid a minute of silence in his memory.