Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Moammar This

Al-Megrahi may or may not be guilty of being the Lockerbie Bomber.

He was found guilty by a court of law and imprisoned for the crime until the other day when he was sent home to Libya.

There he was received as a hero and hugged by the well-known madman Gaddafi.

Mr. Gaddafi, by the way, is on his way to New York to address the Untied Nations. His request to pitch a tent in Central park was declined, so now he's moving into a mansion In Jersey next door to a Rabbi. You can't write material like this. It can only be reported.

Meanwhile, back at the Lockerbie nightmare, there are many who believe that Al Megrahi is innocent.

Here is one writer who believes this, and her thoughts are certainly worth the read.

In the end, however, whether this man is the bomber or not (and I am not saying that is unimportant), what remains is that his release stinks of politics and money and that the reason given for his release is not credible.


Anonymous said...

Of course his release stinks of politics of the most base kind. But what the Brits were really afraid of was a successful appeal.

Then what?

What also is fascinating is that the USA was never called into account in shooting down an Iranian airliner. Hmmmmmmm.

Gadaffi is a despot of the worst kind, but in todays world despots, he takes back of the 'Q'.

Like all shrill stories something even more distasteful will soon happen and the "Lockerbie Bomber Affair" will soon fade into memory - Just like our home grown Gordo!

Evil Eye

Anonymous said...

This is wrong on many levels. If the trial was just why is their a shadow of doubt. If the trial was just and their is no doubt then why let a mass murderer go free. What I do no is the wprld is becomming us and them. Enviro vs gowth. Muslim vs Christians. So many people so many countries at polar opposites. It seems that rational common sense has gone. To much affirmative action. To much political correctness.

Anonymous said...

Compassion is not credible?