Saturday, August 22, 2009

The Lockerbie Atrocity, Part II

On December 21, 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 was torn asunder by a bomb planted in its hold by a Muslim terrorist. The plane was over Lockerbie, Scotland when the bomb went off, ripping off the crew cabin and sending the plane crashing into a neigborhood below. 270 people were killed, all of the passengers and crew as well as eleven people on the ground. Their crime: they weren't Muslims.
A Libyan terrorist, Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi, was convicted of the deed and sentenced to a minimum of 27 years of imprisonment by a special Netherlands court in 2001. This week a Scottish court released the terrorist on "humanitarian" grounds, as the mass murderer is said to be suffering from terminal prostrate cancer.

Al Meghahi was given a hero's welcome upon his return to Libya, a hellhole where they rejoice in such atrocities and crimes against humanity. I personally hope Al Meghali's last few weeks of life are acutely painful and that those who released him will pay for their "humanitarianism" in shame, social ostracism and shortened careers.

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