Saturday, July 10, 2010

The Lockerbie bomber travesty

The convicted Libyan terrorist Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi was initially given "compassionate release" by the Scottish regional government due to his imminent cancer death "within the next three months".

Then, months later, back in August, 2009, we found out "the most recent medical consensus was Megrahi would live eight months".

Another six months later, in February, 2010, Megrahi was discovered "living in luxury villa six months after being at 'death's door'".

This week, it was revealed that the "Lockerbie bomber may live another 10 years, according to doctor who said he’d live three months".

And, it got worse, because we found out the "doctor [was] apparently paid by the Libyan government to make the "terminal" diagnosis".

Of course, "families of the victims . . . long suspected the terrorist was released not on compassionate grounds, but rather in a 'blood money' exchange for oil and gas deals. British officials have denied that allegation."

But, in the immediate aftermath of the release, guess which "one particular British company . . . was allowed to drill off the coast of Libya for the first time in 30 years. That company? BP."

Yes, the same BP that filed the fraudulent drilling permit application which the Obama administration granted without verifying and which is now killing the Gulf Coast.

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