Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Lockerbie bomber rises from dead and shows up at Pro Moammar Gadhafi rally

Just kidding. In spite of the fact we were told he had only three months to live, he is still alive and kicking two years later. This was a shameful episode in the history of Great Britain.
Foreign Secretary William Hague has said a TV appearance by the Lockerbie bomber will intensify the "anger and outrage" at his release from jail.

Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was at a rally broadcast by Libyan state television.

Mr Hague said it was "a further reminder that a great mistake was made" when he was freed by the Scottish government nearly two years ago.

Scots Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill said all the rules on compassionate release had been followed.

Mr Hague said the medical advice on which the decision had been made now appeared to be "pretty much worthless".

Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray added that events had shown "how wrong" the move had been.
Don't you love the fake outrage over the Lockerbie bomber release?

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