"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive."
Sir Walter Scott.
November 1, 2008. There have been additional important developments: Megrahi wins legal victory; Megrahi diagnosed with cancer and has only weeks to live; Scottish legal system requiring important changes; victims' families gathering at Heathrow on December 21 for 20th year memorial service.
October 18, 2008. There have been important developments in the Megrahi Appeal. Comments by Dr. Swire and Ed Bollier can be viewed by clicking the following hyperlinks.
September, 2008. Edwin Bollier has sent me the following email which contains an ITN news broadcast of Lumpert confessing that he lied during the Lockerbie trial.
September 8, 2008. You can now watch BBC2 documentary, aired on Sunday, August 31, 2008, and referred to below:
In the event that the above link shows the video is currently unavailable, it can be accessed through www.lockerbie.ch
In my opinion, BBC2 did not adequately cover the problems with the Lockerbie case in this documentary. For the viewer to see other, in-depth documentaries, it is recommended that you visit my website
August 29, 2008. This is to alert you regarding an important documentary on Lockerbie entitled, "THE CONSPIRACY FILES: LOCKERBIE".
This documentary will be broadcast on Sunday, 31st August, 2008, at 2100 BST on BBC Two. Once I have obtained a link to this documentary, I will update this website and will include other important information on the Lockerbie case. Meanwhile, you might like to visit the following link which will give you an insight into what the documentary will consider.
August 14, 2008
There has been an interesting development in U.S./Libya relationships. Libya has agreed to further compensate the families of the victims of Pan Am 103.
This surprising development is curious in that the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission will be making an announcement on the Megrahi Second Appeal on August 22, 2008.
June 19, 2008
Dr. Hans Koechler has written a scathing article about the judicial system in Scotland - calling it no better than a banana republic. Furthermore, lawyers are demanding more compensation from Libya despite the fact that Libya may be absolved of the crime any day. The following hyperlinks offer you details of these discussions.
June 4, 2008
There have been some extremely important developments in the Lockerbie case since the last posting. The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission has completed a three day review of Megrahi's Second Appeal and it is quite possible that Megrahi may be released from prison by the end of the summer. The following points should be considered.
Please read the following email postings for details.
May 9, 2008
There appears to be little doubt that a conspiracy has been undertaken to place the blame of the Lockerbie disaster on Libya. Piece by piece the conspiracy appears to be unraveling!
May 5, 2008
There have been some significant developments in the Lockerbie case since March 26, 2008. Edwin Bollier, President of MEBO has received legal assistance and can now file some damaging lawsuits against the authorities and other government employees who apparently have lied to the courts on the Lockerbie case. Steven Spielberg is planning a movie on the Lockerbie disaster, based upon a book by author Juval Aziz. Megrahi's attorney, Mr. Tony Kelly, is proceeding forward on Megrahi's second appeal. The following emails will make interesting reading. Following is an interesting email I received from Edwin Bollier concerning his meeting with a Libyan prosecutor.
After a meeting at the 24 April 2008 in Zurich/Switzerland,
Justice Hamidi Faraj Fannoush (Libya) and Edwin Bollier (MEBO Ltd.) can admits to be made, that before beginning of the Appeal at the High Court in Edinburgh three further hearings will take place, if possible before the court holidays.
The next hearing is to start at the beginning of May 2008; with the demand of Mr Megrahi' s lawers to reject the SCCRC-ruling about the limit for grounds in Megrahi's appeal. (SCCRC limit of 6 grounds)
Tony Kelly said:
"We don't have to limit our appeal on the grounds the
Commission has identified. We have carte blanche to make it on as many
grounds as we want."
Not forgotten, only the MST-13 fragment entangles Libya with the Lockerbie Tragedy.
MEBO will start next week a Criminal Complaint against persons of the Swiss Federal Police (ex BUPO), in the connection with the assistant shank with an important evidence-fraud of Scottish investigation officials.
(International law support against the Scottish Justice.) (Concerns the
MST-13 timer fragment, regarding the Falsification Evidence In the Lockerbie Case
March 26, 2008
Please read the following emails for the latest developments on the Lockerbie case.
March 11, 2008
You have to admire Abdelbaset al-Megrahi for insisting on staying in Scotland until he receives a new trial and is exonerated. He could have been transferred back to Libya under a prisoner exchange arrangement between the Libyan and British governments. Read the following emails for details.
March 7, 2008
The conflict between the British Government and the Scottish Parliament continues. Dr. Hans Koechler is taking the case to the European Court on Human Rights and plans are underway to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Lockerbie disaster.
February 26, 2008
I recommend that you read the following emails to understand how the UK government is attempting to give Megrahi an honest second appeal. There is a huge disagreement between the British and Scottish government officials as to how Megrahi should be treated.
The British Government is trying to trade Libyan prisoners for an oil deal with BP. The fact that this trade could include Megrahi has infuriated the Scottish Parliament and should infuriate all of the victims' families. To read details, please click the following hyperlinks.
February 4, 2008
While we are waiting for the decision by the Scottish Criminal Cases Commission February 20th, there have been some very interesting and worrying developments on the political scene. Please double click the following hyperlinks for a complete review.
January 17, 2008. While we are waiting for the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission to issue its ruling on whether or not Megrahi should get a Second Appeal, now expected on February 22, 2008, you might like to read the following information.
January 3, 2008
The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission is expected to decide whether Megrahi is entitled to a second appeal. There is an interesting article in the Malta News (see link below) where it is suggested that the CIA paid Tony Gauchi $2 million to give false testimony to the court. When Megrahi is granted a second appeal, this will be an important issue.
Meanwhile, relationships between Washington, D.C. and Tripoli are improving. However Washington is insisting that Libya pays additional compensation to the Pan Am 103 victims' families before full diplomatic relationships will be undertaken.
Details can by found by double clicking the following URL
If Megrahi is found innocent, it could be that the U.S. and U.K. will have to pay Libya in access of $40 Billion (!) in compensation for having wrongly accused Libya of the Lockerbie disaster.
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