What a surprise .
i dONT understand..He should have been left in prison till HE DIES...im gobsmacked..he should have died in prison..I know if i was a massss murderer and i knew i was going to die..what would i do? Go around and kill as many more people as i could..Its disgusting
why show compassion to this **** , he didnt show any compassion to the folk he killed . they should chop his limbs off and chuck him out on the street saying "enjoy your freedom sunshine"
personally i don't think he did it
i think he was told by Libiyas leaders to take the blame so they wouldn't get the real bomber.
They couldn't not free him really after they freed biggs, imagine the media and discrimination if they had!
The highlighted bit is the most telling point in all of this -although members like vauxie (previously banned from other vauxhall forums) who cry us a sob story about his jailbird relative and other such nonsense and how he should never have been let out etc etc.However, British relatives' spokesman Dr Jim Swire, who lost his daughter Flora in the atrocity, said he believed Megrahi had "nothing to do with" the bombing.
"I don't believe for a moment that this man was involved in the way that he was found to have been involved," he said.
"I feel despondent that the west and Scotland didn't have the guts to allow this man's second appeal to continue because I am convinced had they done so it would have overturned the verdict against him.
"It's a blow to those of us who seek the truth but it is not an ending. I think it is a splitting of the ways."
Before calling for this released mans blood etc, I think the question is why an appeal was never carried out - most possibly because the man imprisoned likely was the only suspect but another suspect could not be brought forward and a conclusively proven conviction ever be handed down.
More and more it appears that he was indeed a scapegoat for a much bigger operation.
(BTW, I am NOT condoning his release - I have no vested interest either way and frankly do not give a sh t.)
I also believe he was a convenient scapegoat. The real truth will probably never be known. I would take little notice of the Americans who have made themselves and their allies the biggest terrorist targets in human history by their global 'bully-boy' antics, and who have a long history of atrocities they themselves have carried out in the name of 'freedom'.
It was a brave decision to release the Libyan, and was also driven in part by a desire to foster and maintain good relations with Libya who have ('Are you listening America?') MASSIVE oil reserves.
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