Saturday, February 27, 2010

Lockerbie bomber alive and living in the lap of luxury

We were told the Lockerbie bomber, Abdelbaset Ali Mohamed al-Megrahi, had less than three months to live. Six months later, he seems to be well and living in the lap of luxury. His elderly father is even talking about the possibility his son will beat prostrate cancer.
Freed from his life sentence, the Lockerbie bomber was sent home by the Scots on compassionate grounds because he had 'just three months' to live.

But six months later, Abdelbaset Ali Mohamed al-Megrahi is still living - and doing it in the lap of luxury.

Yesterday, his elderly father even held out the prospect of him beating the prostate cancer that doctors said would kill him by last Christmas.

So, why is this monster really free? The answer may be money.
Earlier this month it emerged that Libya was on the brink of agreeing £5billion in investment in Britain.

Critics believe Downing Street colluded with the Scots to pave the way by having Megrahi freed.

The news of Megrahi's survival has provoked consternation among those relatives of victims of the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 who suspect he was never as sick as he claimed to be.

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