Lockerbie bomber attends pro-Gadhafi rally

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What a disgrace this has made of the UK. Brown, Straw, Salmond and the whole shower of ******* should hang their heads in disgrace.
 

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I think Dr Jim Swire whose 23 year old daughter was killed is happy to see Al Megrahi free.
He is. The mother of Flora Swire was also quoted on Reporting Scotland tonight as being glad to see that Megrahi was still being well cared for despite the current situation in Libya.
 
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I suspect there was a secret deal to do with Oil to free him, though when he was freed, and Gaddafi went back on the deal.. hence war now.
Did Gaddafi go back on his word? I thought the oil contracts were in the UK bank until this uprising occured.

And then to rub salt into our economic wound, we are acting like the USA's bitch in this police action.

Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne said that 'the bill would be in the tens of millions of pounds.' The bill was £260million upto 1 month ago - estimated £1 billion cost if we are still at it in September. Chancellor of the Exchequer??!! The man holding the purse strings ffs!
 
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Brown and his crew along with Libya played wee eck(Salmond) and his sidekick like a cheap harmonica (easy to blow but the results are not pleasing to everyone).

As a Scot I find the whole affair embarrassing.

They managed to persuade the Scottish prison Service chief medical officer(basically a senior GP) and not a cancer expert to state in line with SPS guidelines and Scots law that megrahi had 3 months or less to live. What they failed to mention was that was because he was refusing treatment at the time.
 
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Bet he never had cancer in the first place ........ It was all a lie.

Lying .....Our MP's are experts at it.
 
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Nope its pretty clear he had/has cancer it was the extent of the condition he had at the time that was contrived by the libyans with a wink and nudge from brown and co.
 

the_boy_syrup

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I'm suprised Blair diodn't turn up as well
After all it's only a few years since he was bezzie mates with the Col
His fingerprints are all over this from day one
 
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Nope its pretty clear he had/has cancer it was the extent of the condition he had at the time that was contrived by the libyans with a wink and nudge from brown and co.
Suffice to say that we(the public)were deliberately lied to by government.

Pure proof that the government of the United Kingdom are fully prepared to lie to it's people when it suits them.

This whole issue stinks of government corruption .

Why is the American FBI and or CIA not investigating this matter being as this concerned the murder of some of it's citizens as well as it's lost aircraft. ?
 
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Looks like a well disguised center of command and control to me. Invoke R.1973 and drop a Paveway on the bugger.
 
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I'm poking my thread above the parapet here, but to be fair it doesn't exactly look as if Megrahi is enjoying his freedom much. Being detached from his drips and wheeled out like Comrade Brezhnev for the cameras is not the same thing as skipping gaily through the fields and blowing a raspberry at the Lockerbie association. Gadaffi has put all hands to the pump to keep Megrahi going... but I wonder if Megrahi is thanking him for the privilege.
 
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That tightwad Ghaddafi didn't even let him have a Saltire to wave this time.

One more reason to get rid of muammar.
 
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Call me picky, but Al Megrahi, like many before him, was convicted more by crowd baying for anyone's blood rather than sound evidence gathered and presented in accordance with due process. Notwithstanding the fact that the Lockerbie bombing was an atrocity by any standard, we should have learnt from The Guildford Four Saga that scapegoats aren't worth sh*t. As a taxpayer, regardless of the state of his health, I'd rather Al Megrahi wasn't living at my expense in the UK. If we are to call for the outrage bus, let it roll along the lane of not using this senior citizen as a crowd-pleasing glove-puppet.
 
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Call me picky, but Al Megrahi, like many before him, was convicted more by crowd baying for anyone's blood rather than sound evidence gathered and presented in accordance with due process. Notwithstanding the fact that the Lockerbie bombing was an atrocity by any standard, we should have learnt from The Guildford Four Saga that scapegoats aren't worth sh*t. As a taxpayer, regardless of the state of his health, I'd rather Al Megrahi wasn't living at my expense in the UK. If we are to call for the outrage bus, let it roll along the lane of not using this senior citizen as a crowd-pleasing glove-puppet.
I don't buy into the he is innocent excuse, some conspiracy theory rubbish has been bounced about but the bottom line is that the so called innocent Megrahi was/is a colonel in Libyan intelligence.

He was in Malta posing as a Libyan airline official at the time of the placing of the bomb.

A nice wee deposit of one million US was placed in his Swiss bank account coincidently.

Defecting members of the Gaddafi's regime have confirmed it was a Libyan plot and megrahi was at the center of it.
 

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