Category Archives: Lockerbie

THIS DAY IN HISTORY — “NYT Admits Lockerbie Case Flaws” (May 21 2012)

“The enigmatic Mr Megrahi had been the central figure of the [lockerbie] case for decades, reviled as a terrorist but defended by many Libyans, and even some world leaders, as a victim of injustice whose trial, 12 years after the … Continue reading

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On This Day — Megrahi, Convicted in 1988 Lockerbie Bombing, Dies in Tripoli (May 20 2012)

“Hans Köchler, a United Nations observer, called the trial ‘a spectacular miscarriage of justice,’ words echoed by Mr. Mandela. Many legal experts and investigative journalists challenged the evidence, calling Mr. Megrahi a scapegoat for a Libyan government long identified with … Continue reading

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Lockerbie — The Fairy Tale of the Togo Timers

“Your White House, specifically your national security adviser, constructed an operation whereby the free press in this country was going to be used to convey a false story to the world, namely that Qaddafi was planning new terrorist operations, and … Continue reading

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On This Day — Lockerbie & PT/35(b) : “A RIDDLE, WRAPPED IN A MYSTERY, INSIDE AN ENIGMA.” (May 12 1989)

“PT/35(b) was extremely, extremely dodgy. It was very, very suspicious. The way it suddenly appeared, embedded in a shirt collar, with the information on the page overwritten and changed, all police procedures were thrown out of the window.” Rev. John … Continue reading

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Lockerbie Case Review — Key Witness Tony Gauci Was Unreliable

“I personally hope that Tony [Gauci] is in a better place and that he is now at peace because he must have led a tortured life knowing that he had jailed an innocent man for money.” George Thomson — Lockerbie … Continue reading

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Ten Years Ago — Dr David Fieldhouse and Lockerbie

“The presence of the team on Flight 103 is a clue that should not be ignored. It’s like the loose thread of a sweater. Pull on it, and the whole thing may unravel. The Mossad knew about it and didn’t … Continue reading

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INTEL TODAY — First 1000 Posts

“The secret of happiness is to face the fact that the world is horrible, horrible, horrible.” Bertrand Russell Time really flies when you’re having fun! On May 3 2018, Gerard Sinclair announced that the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) will … Continue reading

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Lockerbie — Megrahi Conviction to be Reviewed by the SCCRC

“The (SCCRC) commission has decided that it is in the interests of justice to accept the current application for a full review of his conviction.” SCCRC chief executive Gerard Sinclair — May 3 2018 “I regard the Lockerbie verdict against Megrahi … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Lockerbie : An open letter from Dr Jim Swire

“The Lockerbie trial is the most disgraceful miscarriage of justice in Scotland for 100 years. Every lawyer who has read the judgment says ‘this is nonsense’. It is nonsense.” Robert Black QC FRSE –Professor Emeritus of Scots Law in the … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Lockerbie & Pan Am 103 : The Truth at Last?

“After writing about the “ravers” who regularly turn up at lectures to claim that President Bush/the CIA/the Pentagon/Mossad etc perpetrated the crimes against humanity of 11 September, I received a letter this week from Marion Irvine, who feared that members … Continue reading

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