Once more, politics and money take precedence over justice. In this case it concerns the release of the Libyan terrorist, Abdelbeset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi, who blew up Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland in December 1988. That act of terrorism claimed the lives of 259 passengers and crew on board the plane, and 11 people on the ground.
Suffering from prostate cancer, the terrorist was given three months to live and released from prison before serving his entire sentence on “compassionate” grounds. That was back in August, and this decision left the families of the survivors truly angry. Adding salt to the wound, the terrorist was supposedly flown from Scotland in a private jet piloted by Muammar Gadaffi’s son. Then upon reaching Libyan soil, the terrorist received a heroe’s welcome, even being embraced by the Libyan leader.
Now five months have passed and this mass-murder still lives. Apparently he’s enjoying a quiet live at home in Libya. Some say he’s not really sick; some are sick with helplessness because politics and money made this decision with no regard for the families of the deceased.
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