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Lockerbie Bomber not expected to recover
« on: May 04, 2012, 04:37:59 PM »
Doctors treating the Lockerbie Bomber, Abdel Baset al Megrahi claimed last week that he was clinically dead after collapsing at home in Tripoli.   Meanwhile, Scottish Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland accompanied by FBI Director Robert Mueller have visited Libya in what is seen as an attempt to get cosy with the new regime running the country.

Following  Mulholland's visit last week, a spokesperson for Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service said: "The Libyan authorities confirmed that they fully understood the importance of dealing with the tragic issues left behind by Colonel Gaddafi and his regime, both in Libya and overseas.

"The lord advocate expressed his desire to the Libyan prime minister that there will be a positive response to his recent request for co-operation and the International Letter of Request (ILOR)".


Let the Libyan Government be in no doubt that the Scottish Crown Office have no respect of any International Agreements and do not respect any Orders made outside their jurisdiction.  Any ILOR issued by them should be viewed with suspicion as to their motives.
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Re: Lockerbie Bomber not expected to recover
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2012, 07:57:52 PM »
Doctors treating the Lockerbie Bomber, Abdel Baset al Megrahi claimed last week that he was clinically dead after collapsing at home in Tripoli.   Meanwhile, Scottish Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland accompanied by FBI Director Robert Mueller have visited Libya in what is seen as an attempt to get cosy with the new regime running the country.

Following  Mulholland's visit last week, a spokesperson for Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service said: "The Libyan authorities confirmed that they fully understood the importance of dealing with the tragic issues left behind by Colonel Gaddafi and his regime, both in Libya and overseas.

"The lord advocate expressed his desire to the Libyan prime minister that there will be a positive response to his recent request for co-operation and the International Letter of Request (ILOR)".


Let the Libyan Government be in no doubt that the Scottish Crown Office have no respect of any International Agreements and do not respect any Orders made outside their jurisdiction.  Any ILOR issued by them should be viewed with suspicion as to their motives.

I believe they might have gone to the wrong country if they are hoping to investigate the Lockerbie bombing.  Hint...try Iran.
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