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Do you think the mastermind for the bombing of Pan Am 103 should have been set free for “compassionate” reasons?

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      Yana Berlin wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • I completely agree.




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      Mztracy wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • nope!




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      UK Girl wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • Let me say this has caused uproar in the UK.....

      Can you imagine it hit a village and wiped out entire families not just those onboard ...

      This is government at it’s worst doing political manoverings behind the scenes for what - apparently he is dying ?




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      Angelcart wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • Hell No!!!




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      UK Girl wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • Can I point out this was done by the most hated politician in the UK – Peter Mandelson. Mandelson has twice had to leave high ranking jobs due to sleaze allegations , apparently Lord Mandelson met Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s son at a Corfu villa only a week before the announcement that the perpetrator of the Lockerbie bombing could be released from prison.
      In the Uk we are in uproar – so please don't think we approve ......




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • No! Remember these people are terrorists; they love the idea of dying for their cause. If death by suicide/homicide is not a big deal for them then cancer probably isn’t either.




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      Feathermaye wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • Life in prison should also mean death in prison, whether by medical conditions or simply old age.

      I agree with all of you ladies—he should rot and only be leaving prison by way of a wooden box.




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      Wittymom wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • I think it was an insult to the families who lost loved ones to let this man out of prison.




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      Mary Clark wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • Absolutely not!!  I could care less if he has cancer......in fact...he should not be given anything to comfort him....NOTHING!!  Food and water...and believe me....that is showing compassion..way beyond.  

      What about the compassion for those victim’s families???  

      He has been used as a political tool...and nothing more.  It makes me sick!!  

      That’s okay...he will rot in hell for all eternity.




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      Tuliplady wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • I agree with everything that’s already been said.  He should never, never, never have been released.




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      Taniar wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • nope, he shouldn’t get out.
      Maybe now that he is out, he should move to Canada. Up here we’d give him milk and cookies, hold his hand, maybe even give him a hug or two and ask how it all makes him feel?

      Can’t tell I have issues with our legal system, can you.happy




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      Marya1961 wrote Aug 20, 2009
    • NO!!! and this just makes me sick..frown




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      UK Girl wrote Aug 22, 2009
    • This is all over the UK press to day and it has sickened me and I can so belive it  

      Speaking on Libyan television, Colonel Gaddafi’s son said Mr Blair raised the Megrahi case repeatedly to smooth the way for British firms to tap into Libya’s energy reserves.
      He told the Al Mutawassit channel: ‘In all commercial contracts, for oil and gas with Britain, (Megrahi) was always on the negotiating table.’
      Mr Gaddafi, who discussed the case with Business Secretary Lord Mandelson when they met in Corfu just weeks ago, hailed Megrahi’s the release as a ‘victory’ for all Libyans.  

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      So the murder was freed for oil ...... I’m stunned at how low our Government will go ...


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      Mary Clark wrote Aug 22, 2009
    • refers to people with political power)

      This should really show everyone how much they really value the average person’s life....the respect...the dignity....none.




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      Mary Clark wrote Aug 22, 2009
    • Half my response disappeared above....not sure what happened...LOL maybe I can remember what I said




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      UK Girl wrote Aug 22, 2009
    • True Mary they don’t care about us just some gas and oil ..




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      UK Girl wrote Aug 24, 2009
    • It’s now all over our national papers that the US will boycott UK goods etc; as a direct result of the release.

      Britain was warned last night it faces ’ payback time’ from the U.S. over the release of the Lockerbie bomber.  

      The alert came as American consumers were urged to boycott British and Scottish exports and holiday in Ireland instead of the UK.  

      The special relationship was under strain over new allegations linking UK trade interests with the freeing of Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi on compassionate
      grounds  -  he has terminal cancer.  

      U.S. government sources urged Gordon Brown to end his silence and Opposition MPs demanded records of all meetings between ministers and the Libyan regime.  

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      Robin Clark wrote Aug 24, 2009
    • Such a shame that this person is shown special treatment just because he has three months to live. Can you prove that he only has three months to live. Does he really have cancer. I think it was just a way for him to get out and the doctors backed him up and he got his way.  He is free and we are a bunch of fools and they are laughing at us. No one else gets a get out for jail free card when they are dying of cancer so what makes him any different.  Go figure. That is how the government works. Little people have no say so in what should be done not even the families that lost loved ones they just get pushed to the side. Shame on the government.




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      Mary Clark wrote Aug 24, 2009
    • Vicki...I have not heard about any boycotts but then I have watch very little news this weekend.  I don’t agree with the boycotts....don’t think the US wouldn’t pull something like this as well.  Look at the two journalists in North Korea?  YOu don’t think those were used for political purposes?  Not that I didn’t believe they deserved to get out...but please...Bill Clinton got them out???  Heck no....I’m glad they got out but what about all of the other people who are being held in other countries and don’t deserve to be there.  Guess they are not politically advantageous.  

      Just because this guy has cancer doesn’t mean he deserves to be released...you got cancer in prison....oh well....I say...maybe it will be the fast kind and take him on out.  Does he deserve treatment?  Heck no....this man is not sorry for what he did and if says so..he’s a liar.  Someone who kills that many people doesn’t all of a sudden become rehabilitated.




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      UK Girl wrote Aug 24, 2009
    • Mary – God forgive me if I'm wrong but I actually now don't think he has cancer – I think it was foil so we could get gas and oil all masterminded by our former Prime Minister tony Blair aka Tony Liar who is now meddling with his side kick Peter Mandelson – who incidentally isn't an elected member of the Government either he is now a European member of Parliament.

      Mandelson has been taken out of our Government lost very prestigious positions twice  because of sleaze – first taking loans to buy his house and I have forgotten the other one – but in a nutshell both him and Blair do not represent the UK officially and are now causing major political storms across the world.

      Not one word to the families on the plane or the those who were hit on the ground by the plane – nothing – just trading bodies for oil and gas – this story in my eyes can only get worse and let me say our Government are going to end up looking shameful as well they may.




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      Mary Clark wrote Aug 24, 2009
    • I do know this...that one day....all of these people who have made these horrific decisions...will one day have to answer to the highest of power.  I take great comfort in that knowing if they are not truly sorry for what they have done...asked the Dear Lord for forgiveness...(and he knows if they are sincere)..then...their ultimate punishment will be to spend eternity in hell.  Of course it’s not my place to judge or to say who will go to hell and who will not...but I believe they will get what is due to them.  

      Again...governments can really screw things up for everyone...it all boils down to “GREED“...always!!




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      Feathermaye wrote Aug 24, 2009
    • I read somewhere that he’s served a total of 11 days for each life he took. That’s some justice system there, cancer or no.




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      Kandykahne 5 wrote Aug 24, 2009
    • NO! One of the girls on that flight was from my home town she was 22.




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      UK Girl wrote Aug 28, 2009
    • Lockerbie bomber al-Megrahi sent home ‘on the advice of just ONE doctor‘By Daniel Martin
      Last updated at 1:04 AM on 28th August 2009
      Comments (24) Add to My Stories  

       The doctor who advised that Abdel Baset Ali al-Megrahi had fewer than three months to live was not an expert in prostate cancer
      Fresh doubts over the decision to release the Lockerbie bomber were raised last night.
      It emerged that the doctor who advised that Abdel Baset Ali al-Megrahi had fewer than three months to live was not an expert in prostate cancer.
      This advice was instrumental in persuading the Scottish government to release him on compassionate grounds, and allow him to return to Libya - where he received a hero’s welcome.
      Under Scottish law, the Justice Secretary can consider releasing people if they are thought to be fewer than three months from death.
      But the official report on Mr Megrahi’s health, which was released yesterday, said that no prostate cancer specialist ‘would be willing to say’ how long he had left to live.
      Instead, Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill relied on the ‘opinion’ of an unnamed doctor, believed to be a GP, who had no experience in terminal prostate cancer.

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      Mary Clark wrote Aug 28, 2009
    • Personally I hope he does have cancer and I hope he is in a lot of pain...and that his penis and testicles eventually just rot off...and ultimately he dies a slow death.
      That as a human being is what I would like to have happen but it’s not my call but it is God’s call..and he will ultimately pay the biggest price for his actions.




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