AS A SCOTSMAN WITH FRIENDS THAT LOST FAMILY IN LOCKERBIE.
THE RELEASE OF THIS LIBYAN IS AN END OF AN INJUSTICE TO
THIS MAN AND HIS FAMILY!!!
THE REAL KILLERS ARE STILL OUT THERE AND NEED TO BE
HUNTED DOWN LIKE THE DOGS THEY ARE!!!!!!
CIA PLANTED THE EVIDENCE
Lockerbie evidence 'planted by CIA'
Crucial evidence against two Libyans for the Lockerbie
bombing was planted by the CIA, it was claimed in the
A fragment of circuit board alleged to have been part of
the bomb's timing mechanism is the sole item of physical
evidence linking the two Libyans to the December 1988
bombing. But Tam Dalyell, Labour MP for Linlithgow,
declared: "I have come to suspect that the timing
device in question was not that of Pan Am 103 but a
different timing device that the CIA had picked up from
the Libyans ... I have been driven to the conclusion that
the device was a CIA plant."
Mr Dalyell, a long-standing critic of US and British
government insistence that Libya was behind the attack,
said an analysis of the fragment had shown it had been
exposed to a temperature of 4,000deg C. But a Swiss
police specialist had cast doubt on this, saying the
explosion would have lasted only a fraction of a second
in outside air temperatures of about minus 40C.
Accusing the Crown Office, the Scottish prosecuting
authority, of failing to follow up the right leads, Mr
Dalyell said - to strident denials from Lord James
Douglas-Hamilton, the Scottish Office minister - that it
had allowed itself for six years "to be suborned by
political pressure into failing to carry out its duty".
He said this was a "wicked" dereliction of duty
that brought shame on Britain.
THE SALESMAN OF THE CIRCUT BOARD EVIDENCE SAYS ITS FAKE
Edwin Bollier, had sold 20 so-called MST-13 timers (identical
to the one found in Senegal) to Libya in 1985, in the
hope of winning a contract to supply the Libyan military.
Bollier testified at the trial that the Scottish police
had originally shown him a fragment of a brown 8-ply
circuit board, of a prototype timer which had never been
supplied to Libya. Yet the sample he was asked to
identify at the trial was a green 9-ply circuit board
that Mebo had indeed supplied to Libya. Bollier wanted to
pursue this discrepancy, but was told by trial Judge,
Lord Sutherland, that he could not do so
Once alerted by Edwin Bollier of Mebo to the
MegrahiFhimah friendship and business relationship,
Scottish police obtained permission to search Fhimah's
office in Malta. There they found a diary he had kept, in
which he had reminded himself, on December 15, 1988, in
English, to "take taggs [sic] from Air Malta."
However, Air Malta issued a statement in 1989, denying
that an unaccompanied suitcase could have been carried on
Flight KM 180:
THE SCOTTISH POLICE GAVE FALSE STATEMENTS
An insider told Scotland on Sunday that the retired
officer approached them after Megrahi's appeal - before a
bench of five Scottish judges - was dismissed in 2002.
The insider said: "He said he believed he had
crucial information. A meeting was set up and he gave a
statement that supported the long-standing rumours that
the key piece of evidence, a fragment of circuit board
from a timing device that implicated Libya, had been
planted by US agents.
"Asked why he had not come forward before, he
admitted he'd been wary of breaking ranks, afraid of
"He also said that at the time he became aware of
the matter, no one really believed there would ever be a
trial. When it did come about, he believed both accused
would be acquitted. When Megrahi was convicted, he told
himself he'd be cleared at appeal."
The source added: "When that also failed, he
explained he felt he had to come forward.
"He has confirmed that parts of the case were
fabricated and that evidence was planted.
The fragment was later identified by the FBI's Thomas
Thurman as being part of a sophisticated timer device
used to detonate explosives.
Thurman has been revealed as a fraud who had given false
evidence in American murder trials. He had little in the
way of scientific qualifications.
The US attorney General has accused him of having altered
lab reports in a way that rendered subsequent
prosecutions all but impossible. He has been transferred
out the FBI forensic laboratory.
In 2003, a retired CIA officer gave a statement to
Megrahi's lawyers in which he alleged evidence had been
THE COVER UP!!!
The interim and final reports from Mackay and Robertson
came a few months after the start of the Pan Am Flight
103 bombing trial in which Lord Advocate Lord Boyd was
leading for the prosecution. With the eyes of the world
focused on the Scottish judicial system, it would have
undermined the Crown's case to have the SCRO and its
fingerprint experts prosecuted for covering up acts of
criminality. In addition, SCRO director Harry Bell had
been a central figure in the Malta part of the
Investigation into the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 and
had given evidence at the trial. Furthermore two American
fingerprint experts, David Grieve and Pat Wertheim
who gave evidence for McKie at her perjury trial
were reportedly warned by the FBI to back off, lest they
scupper the trial of the "Lockerbie bombers".
Lord Boyd has denied there was any Lockerbie link. But at
Prime Minister's Questions on March 6, 2006 Tony Blair
was challenged by the leader of the Scottish National
Party, Alex Salmond, over evidence in the previous day's
Scotsman newspaper suggesting that the FBI put pressure
on Scottish officials not to reopen the McKie case. Had
the case been reopened, Salmond alleged, questions would
have been raised over the reliability of the forensic
evidence used to convict Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi.
Downing Street later said that the Prime Minister would
write to Mr Salmond once he had considered the new
SCOTTISH JUSTICE SYSTEM IS TOTALLY CORRUPT!!! EVERYONE IN
SCOTLAND KNOWS THIS ,ITS NOT NEWS.SO WHAT HAPPENED?
One theory suggests that U.S. Central Intelligence Agency
(CIA) agents had set up a protected drug route from
Europe to the United Statesallegedly called
Operation Coreathat allowed Syrian drug dealers,
led by Monzer al-Kassar (who was involved with Oliver
North in the Iran-Contra scandal) to ship heroin to the U.S.
using Pan Am flights, in exchange for intelligence on
Palestinian groups holding hostages in Syria. The CIA
allegedly protected the suitcases containing the drugs
and made sure they were not searched. On the day of the
bombing, as the theory goes, terrorists exchanged
suitcases: one with drugs for one with a bomb.
Time introduced another version of this theory, claiming
that the American intelligence officers on PA 103
Matthew Gannon and Maj. Charles McKee had found
out about the drug operation, and were headed to
Washington to raise their concerns about its impact on
their hostage rescue plans