Monday, February 22, 2010

Lockerbie Bomber Still Alive - And Living In A Luxury Villa


Remember when Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi, the Lockerbie bomber who murdered 270 innocent people was arbitrarily freed on 'compassionate grounds' because he supposedly only had three months to live?

Remember how he was returned to Libya to a hero's welcome and a personal greeting by Khadaffi himself?

Six months later, as the Telegraph reports, al-Megrahi is doing just fine, thank you:

Megrahi, is now living in a spacious two-storey villa with his wife and their five grown-up children in a prosperous suburb of Tripoli, the Libyan capital.

The property has a spacious garden and an area where the family erects a large tent to entertain visitors for celebrations.

The property has a security gate and there is often a uniformed police officer sitting on a white chair outside.

The Megrahis, who are part of a prominent tribe, are well off and it is understood that his family was paid substantial compensation by the Libyan Government after he was jailed for life.

Sends a real message about how rewarding jihad against the infidels is, doesn't it?

Another thing apparently that's doing fine are the oil deals the Brits made with Khadaffi as part of the bargain for this cockroach's freedom.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hangs head in shame.