Tag Archives: Professor Robert Black

Lockerbie and the SCCRC — A primer from Law Professor Robert Black

“I regard the Lockerbie verdict against Megrahi as a ‘Grand Monument to Human Stupidity’.  Indeed, the written opinion of the Lockerbie judges is a remarkable document that claims an ‘honoured place in the history of British miscarriages of justice.’ If the … Continue reading

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TEN YEARS AGO — “What a hornets’ nest I had stirred!” [Wikipedia edited by the CIA]

“This story is demented and broken on so many levels, it is quite difficult to know where to begin, even. Here we have an excellent Wikipedia administrator who has been victimized by lunatic conspiracy theorists, a private person who has … Continue reading

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies — Iran Flight 655 (July 3 1988)

“I will never apologize for the United States — I don’t care what the facts are… I’m not an apologize-for-America kind of guy.” George H. W. Bush — August 7 1988 On July 3 1988, Iran Air Flight 655 was shot down by a … Continue reading

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies: Pan Am 103 (Lockerbie – December 21 1988)

“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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