Libya Lockerbie Terrorist Release


The stupid dhimmis believed the lies,
just wave enough cash!
This was to be expected, as the months ticked by you could hear the shoe dropping. The entire scheme surrounding the release of this convicted murderer, was a scam. We know it’s true, the Brown government responsible for the release knows it’s true and the released jihadi and the terrorist loving regime in Libya knows it’s true. KGS

Lockerbie bomber is better than ever, brags Gaddafi’s son… seven months after terrorist was given only three months to live

The health of the freed Lockerbie bomber has ‘greatly improved’ now he is home in Libya, Colonel Gaddafi’s son boasted yesterday.
He said Abdelbaset Ali Mohamed al-Megrahi was doing much better since being released seven months ago by the Scots on compassionate grounds because he had ‘only three months to live’.
In words which will confirm the suspicions of Lockerbie victims’ families, Saif Gaddafi – widely tipped to succeed his father as Libyan leader – also finally admitted that the convicted killer’s release had dominated trade talks with Britain.
This would have included discussions about lucrative oil deals, despite the fact that Megrahi was officially released purely on compassionate grounds. Five months after the release, Libya announced plans to invest £5billion in the UK.
Megrahi, 57, has acquired national hero status in Libya, with babies named after him and an extraordinary 30,000 well-wishers reported to have visited his ‘death bed’. Queues of pilgrims form outside the sumptuous villa in Tripoli where he remains with his family despite doctors’ predictions that he would be dead by Christmas.
London-educated Saif Gaddafi told the respected Arab newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat that Megrahi ‘was sick and was released for humanitarian reasons, and was soon in better health and in a good condition. His future is now in God’s hands’.
Ministers in London always insisted the decision to free Megrahi was entirely in the hands of the Scots, while Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill denied he was under any pressure to release the convicted bomber.

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