Author Topic: The Real Lockerbie Bomber? ...according to Patrick Haseldine  (Read 3096 times)

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Offline John

The Real Lockerbie Bomber?

You might be interested in this link which was passed to me earlier today by a former British Diplomat sacked for blaming the former South African apartheid regime for the bombing of Pam Am flight 103.

The hirsute man pictured above knows for a fact that Abdelbaset al-Megrahi is not the ‘real’ Lockerbie bomber and that Libya is not responsible for the sabotage of Pan Am Flight 103.

Who is this man? And does he know who actually did it?

His name is Craig Williamson. And he is the ‘real’ Lockerbie bomber.


Craig Michael Williamson (born 1949, Johannesburg), used to be an apartheid South African police major, who was exposed as a spy in 1980, and was involved in a series of state-sponsored overseas bombings, burglaries, kidnappings, assassinations and propaganda during the apartheid era. In the late 1970s, Craig Williamson had inveigled Lars Eriksson, director of the International University Exchange Fund (IUEF) in Geneva, into employing him as deputy director and help in the award of IUEF scholarships to African students. He was thus able to infiltrate the banned African National Congress (ANC) and, at the same time, make high-level contacts in Sweden which provided most of the funding for the IUEF. Williamson's networking through prime minister Olof Palme's office in Stockholm put him in touch with a number of Palme's close associates including Pan Am Flight 103 victim, Bernt Carlsson, who had become secretary-general of the Socialist International in 1976 and was based in London until 1983. The same source accused Williamson of syphoning off IUEF funds to establish a dirty tricks operation in Pretoria known as "Long Reach" in order to target apartheid's opponents both in South Africa and abroad. This dirty tricks operation also involved arms trafficking. Again using IUEF funds, Williamson set up the South African News Agency to recruit and use journalists for apartheid South African counter-intelligence purposes.


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A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. An exposé of egregious malfeasance by public officials.
Indeed, the truth never changes with the passage of time.