Abdel Basset Ali Mohamed Al Megrahi, the martyr falsely accused in the Lockerbie case with the Libyan decent loyalty to death, died Sunday nearly three years after being released from a Scottish prison.
Abdel Basset al-Megrahi has died, May 20, 2012, at the age of 60 years died of cancer. He was the only person convicted in the case of the Lockerbie bombing, against PanAm flight 103, which killed 270 people , December 21, 1988.
Advantage of the fact that the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya has been destroyed by NATO, Agence France Presse writes: ” In 2003, the Gaddafi regime has officially recognized its responsibility for the attack and then paid $ 2.7 billion in compensation to the families of the victims. “[ 1 ]. The agency also ironic that the deceased had survived three years of their release, while medical experts argued that he still had three months to live.
In fact, the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya has always denied the charge against él.Considerándose blackmailed by the great powers, however, agreed to pay compensation in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. By paying the costs of the various conflicts that pitted the United States to their country, Muammar Gaddafi hopes to stop the war preparations of NATO. History has shown that it was a miscalculation and that NATO does not lack imagination to invent new pretexts to justify the wars they have planned.
In a famous documentary, The Maltese Double Cross – Lockerbie , the U.S. journalist, Allan Francovich and others showed that the attack was perpetrated by a U.S. agent. Meanwhile, the Scottish authorities have admitted that the conviction of Abdel Basset al-Megrahi was based on false testimony [ 2 ] and have agreed to review the case. It is in this context that the defendant had been pardoned medical (contrary to the insinuations of the AFP, the issue of life expectancy could not be considered). Unfortunately, his death ends the procedure and deprived of the opportunity to be rehabilitated.
” Vae Victis! “(Woe to the vanquished!)
[ 1 ] “The Libyan Megrahi, convicted of the Lockerbie bombing, is dead” by Imed Lamloum, AFP, May 20, 2012.
[ 2 ] ” Lockerbie: towards a reopening of the investigation “, Voltaire Network , 29 August 2005.
Source: Voltaire Network