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Lockerbie Bomber Living Large in Libya

Posted on August 5 2010 8:42 am
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by Joe Hicks

In a Hicks File report last August on PJTV, I spoke about the mind-numbing fact that one of the world’s most infamous terrorists had been set free.

Nearly a year ago, the Scottish government released Abdel Basset al-Megrahi from a Scottish prison for “humanitarian reasons.”  He was serving a life sentence but was set free after it was claimed that he was about to die from prostate cancer and had, at best, only three months to live.

Known to the world as simply the “Lockerbie bomber,” al-Magrahi was the only person convicted of blowing up Pan Am Flight 103, a Boeing 747 that had 259 passengers on board and was bound for New York from London.

In December 1988, a bomb was set off in the plane’s forward cargo hold, literally disintegrating the aircraft into thousands of pieces as it fell 31,000 feet into the small village of Lockerbie, Scotland. Not a single person on board survived the attack.

Last August I predicted that “we will soon discover that this old terrorist’s cancer has been miraculously cured and he’ll be sitting on the Libyan coastline thumbing his nose at us all.”

That was a prediction I hoped wouldn’t come true. I hoped al-Magrahi would in fact experience the painful death he so rightly deserves.

But that hasn’t been the case. We now know that the “terminally ill” bomber is alive and quite well in Libya. In fact, according to sources, he’s “livin’ large” in a two-story villa in an upscale suburb of Tripoli.

Read more at Pajamas Media

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