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Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi Dies

by | 27th, August 2009

ON the Anorak forums, convicted mass murderer Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi, of Lockerbeie infamy, has only a few months to live. But we can reveal that has already died.

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The body is in hiding:

Only one doctor said the Lockerbie bomber had three months to live and it may turn out Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill was taking advice from an unqualified medic employed by the Libyans.

What say the others?

Dr Richard Simpson – also a Labour member of the Scottish Parliament – accused Scottish Justice Minister Kenny MacAskill of failing to conduct sufficient checks before deciding to release the terminally-ill bomber, ­convicted of killing 270 people in the terror attack on Pam Am Flight 103 in December 1988.

Dr Simpson said: “It is clear to me from the medical reports and the opinion of the specialists that Megrahi could live for many more months.”Daily Express

And:

Ali al-Megrahi also revealed that the disease which his son is suffering from is not as dangerous as some in the media are portraying it, saying “he was diagnosed with cancer less than a year ago, and we would bring him medicinal herbs from the Chinese herb market in Britain, he was also treated with other medicine in prison in Scotland.” Al-Megrahi senior added “a relative was diagnosed with a similar disease [prostate cancer] and he was treated and recovered completely. We hope that Abdul-Basset recovers his health as well.” – AAWSat

If Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi can find the cure for cancer he might yet be saved.

Perhaps we won’t know how long Megrahi has to live until he actually dies, but I suspect we have a better idea of how long the Scottish government will survive.  I’m betting Megrahi outlives their current administration – Ed Morrissey

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