Abdelbaset al-Megrahi Dead: Lockerbie Pan Am 103 Bomber Finally Dead

The only person ever convicted for the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 has finally died in Libya. He was released from a Scottish prison in 2009 after BP, the world’s largest energy company, convinced someone in the UK to send Abdelbaset back to Libya on claims of advanced prostate cancer – a bribe which allowed the company to begin utilizing their previously contracted oil drilling sites off the coast of Libya. It was a huge scandal and will remain so.

Surely the word “no” spoken from Obama or the Brits would have kept Abdelbaset in prison in Scotland. Instead, Obama was the recipient of over $77,000 in campaign donations in 2008 (and the DNC millions more) from BP. Obama requested if Abdelbaset was going to be sent to Libya, he be allowed to live at home, rather than in a Libyan prison. Doesn’t make sense, does it?

British doctors said Megrahi had only 3 months to live. That was mid-2009. Today we are told he died of “cancer.” The disgrace is that Adbelbaset al-Megrahi was NEVER treated as a terrorist – he received Halal food while in prison in an area dubbed “Gaddafi’s Cafe.”

Over the skies of Lockerbie, Scotland on December 21, 1988, Pan Am Flt. 103, 259 people died, 11 of them on the ground. Thirty-five students of Syracuse University were among the dead. The first video below is of the town of Lockerbie and what happened that terrible day. The second video is provided by the nephew of one of the Syracuse students – an aunt he never met. Find some interesting Pan Am 103 insight here.


Footage of that day in Lockerbie, Scotland (video)


Remember the Victims of Pan Am 103 (video)

  • One more reason to vote Obama out of office.

  • W. C. Taqiyya

    British doctors said this guy had only three months left to live. That was probably true in Britain, nationalized health-care being what it is in that country. The real news story here is that the convicted bomber with cancer lived three years longer with no health-care, except for the goats milk, dead flies and dust, which nourished him in Libya.