Lockerbie Bomber Living in Luxury

Hat tip to I Hate the Media.

Abdelbaset Ali Mohamed al-Megrahi, the Libyan terrorist behind the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, appears to have made a miraculous recovery, now that he’s back in the arms of his loving, muslim terrorist family.

Freed from his life sentence, the Lockerbie bomber was sent home by the Scots on compassionate grounds because he had ‘just three months’ to live.

But six months later, Abdelbaset Ali Mohamed al-Megrahi is still living – and doing it in the lap of luxury.

Yesterday, his elderly father even held out the prospect of him beating the prostate cancer that doctors said would kill him by last Christmas.

Home comforts: Al-Megrahi with his family at their villa last year after he was freed on compassionate grounds

Mr Ali al-Megrahi believes that good genes, ‘positive thinking’ and alternative medicines could explain his son’s remarkable survival.

Megrahi, 57, no longer receives hospital treatment after ending a course of chemotherapy.

Last night, the British cancer specialist who gave the three-month prognosis was forced to defend his prediction.

He insisted that Megrahi remained gravely ill and was not expected to live much longer.

He said the patient’s survival may be due to his excitement over his reunion with family.

But Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski, chairman of the Commons all-party Libya group, yesterday tabled a Parliamentary question demanding Megrahi’s medical records be published in full.

He said: ‘He’s still alive and we were told he had no more than three months to live. The Scottish Executive have a lot to answer for.’

Earlier this month it emerged that Libya was on the brink of agreeing £5billion in investment in Britain.

Critics believe Downing Street colluded with the Scots to pave the way by having Megrahi freed.

The news of Megrahi’s survival has provoked consternation among those relatives of victims of the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 who suspect he was never as sick as he claimed to be.

They believe it was an unforgivable mistake for the Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill to release him last August.

The Libyan – who days earlier had dropped an appeal against his conviction for the 270 deaths caused when Flight 103 exploded over Lockerbie – flew home to a hero’s welcome.

It later emerged he had a £2million fortune stashed in a Swiss bank account.

……Megrahi receives 24-hour nursing care and, though often heavily sedated, receives well-wishers.

The relaxed, peaceful atmosphere has enabled him to more than double his original survival prognosis, and he says he is ‘inspired and feeling very positive’ thanks to the support of family and friends.
The 1988 bombing of Flight 103 over Lockerbie killed 270 people 
The 1988 bombing of Flight 103 over Lockerbie killed 270 people

The Scots realize  they screwed the pooch with this heinous decision. Al-Megrahi is the poster child for swift retribution, but he gets a new lease on life. This shit bag deserves to have a bomb strapped to his ass and blown to smithereens.  Instead, he’ll live out the rest of his days in relative comfort.   If he does have cancer, I’d like to see it come back and ravage this mutherfucker in a slow, painful death.  

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2 thoughts on “Lockerbie Bomber Living in Luxury”


    There’s a serious need for some new-made green glass — just about the size of Libya.

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