Discovering - North Africa - Libya - United Kingdom - United States - Justice
Abdel Basset Ali Mohamed al-Megrahi was jailed in 2001 for the Lockerbie bombing. The UK and US governments have described his release and eventual welcoming on his home soil as bad taste. They are appalled over the “hero’s” welcome the “mass murderer” received after urging Libya to remain discrete. But, are the Libyans right to have ignored these instructions? Is Mr. al-Megrahi really guilty? And does the fact that his appeal was withdrawn mean that the Scottish justice system absolutely wants a closure on this affair even if it means sending an innocent man into his grave as a guilty person, without ever investigating new developments?

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