Monday, August 24, 2009

Mass Murderer Megrahi Moved - Britain capitulates to terrorism

Once again liberal Old Europe leads the way when it comes to how dealing with remorseless mass murderers - the compassionate way! Jihadists like Megrahi are set free while Christian preachers are censured for daring to speak out against the barbarism that all too often is expressed in 7th century modern Islam. Shame on you Scotland and England. The investigation is proceeding, but I wouldn't be surprised if good ol' Gordy saw to it that a deal materialized for oil and gas with his pal Gadaffi. An immoral quid pro quo predicated on Megrahi's contemptible release. The irrational hatred and evil behind the act Megrahi helped commit resulted in the deaths of 270 innocent people whose only crime was embracing pesky modernist notions like freedom, equality and liberty. Fiery mullahs are free to spew their hate against the UK and the West and incite Muslims to violence, Britain continues an open arms policy towards radical Muslims (many of whom have bogus asylum claims); who then come in and instead of assimilating like all others did before them demand that British law be secondary to their own Islamic sharia law, push for censorship of anyone who would criticize Islam or dare to draw a cartoon of Mohammad their prophet, yet Jewish, Christian and other faiths are regularly lambasted in all manner of popular media and mosques around the UK.

FBI Director Robert Mueller summed up well the disgust and outrage we right thinking people feel at this time. Here is the complete text of the recent letter he sent to Scotland's Justice [sic] Secretary Kenny MacAskill:
Dear Mr Secretary
Over the years I have been a prosecutor, and recently as the Director of the FBI, I have made it a practice not to comment on the actions of other prosecutors, since only the prosecutor handling the case has all the facts and the law before him in reaching the appropriate decision.
Your decision to release Megrahi causes me to abandon that practice in this case. I do so because I am familiar with the facts, and the law, having been the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the investigation and indictment of Megrahi in 1991. And I do so because I am outraged at your decision, blithely defended on the grounds of ''compassion''.
Your action in releasing Megrahi is as inexplicable as it is detrimental to the cause of justice. Indeed your action makes a mockery of the rule of law. Your action gives comfort to terrorists around the world who now believe that regardless of the quality of the investigation, the conviction by jury after the defendant is given all due process, and sentence appropriate to the crime, the terrorist will be freed by one man's exercise of ''compassion''. Your action rewards a terrorist even though he never admitted to his role in this act of mass murder and even though neither he nor the government of Libya ever disclosed the names and roles of others who were responsible.
Your action makes a mockery of the emotions, passions and pathos of all those affected by the Lockerbie tragedy: the medical personnel who first faced the horror of 270 bodies strewn in the fields around Lockerbie, and in the town of Lockerbie itself; the hundreds of volunteers who walked the fields of Lockerbie to retrieve any piece of debris related to the break-up of the plane; the hundreds of FBI agents and Scottish police who undertook an unprecedented global investigation to identify those responsible; the prosecutors who worked for years - in some cases a full career - to see justice done.
But most importantly, your action makes a mockery of the grief of the families who lost their own on December 21, 1988. You could not have spent much time with the families, certainly not as much time as others involved in the investigation and prosecution. You could not have visited the small wooden warehouse where the personal items of those who perished were gathered for identification - the single sneaker belonging to a teenager; the Syracuse sweatshirt never again to be worn by a college student returning home for the holidays; the toys in a suitcase of a businessman looking forward to spending Christmas with his wife and children.
You apparently made this decision without regard to the views of your partners in the investigation and prosecution of those responsible for the Lockerbie tragedy. Although the FBI and Scottish police, and prosecutors in both countries, worked exceptionally closely to hold those responsible accountable, you never once sought our opinion, preferring to keep your own counsel and hiding behind opaque references to ''the need for compassion''.
You have given the family members of those who died continued grief and frustration. You have given those who sought to assure that the persons responsible would be held accountable the back of your hand. You have given Megrahi a ''jubilant welcome'' in Tripoli, according to the reporting. Where, I ask, is the justice?
Sincerely yours,
Robert S. Mueller, III
Please contact Director Mueller and thank him for standing up for the victims who perished in the Lockerbie bombing.
Director Robert Mueller
Federal Bureau of Investigation
J. Edgar Hoover Building
935 Pennsylvania Avenue,
NW Washington, D.C. 20535-0001
(202) 324-3000

Let Gordon Brown and Kenny MacAskill know what you think about their shameful actions in this case:

Kenny MacAskill

Web contact form:
Scottish Parliament office:
Kenny MacAskill MSP
The Scottish Parliament
Edinburgh EH99 1SP

Constituency office:
Kenny MacAskill, MSP
Constituency Office
16A Willowbrae Road

Gordon Brown
Home office:
10 Downing Street,

Constituency office:
318 High Street

House of Commons Phone: 020 7219 6345
House of Commons Fax: 020 7219 5734
Constituency Phone: 01383 611702
Constituency Fax: 01383 611703

House of Commons email:

You may be dancing and have ignorant and misguided Libyans and radical Muslims worldwide cheering you as a national hero Megrahi, but there is a righteous God and unless you repent and turn to the Lord you will one day be brought to final justice!

Saturday, August 22, 2009


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