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Thursday, August 27, 2009

What if the Lockerbie bomber isn't terminally ill?

This is just unbelievable.

Scotland has begun to question where the government got that idea. Only one doctor was willing to make that prognosis, who apparently had no expertise in either prostates or oncology:

JUSTICE secretary Kenny MacAskill was last night under pressure to reveal more details of the medical evidence that led to the release of the Lockerbie bomber, after it emerged that only one doctor was willing to say Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi had less than three months to live.

Labour and Conservative politicians have demanded the Scottish Government publish details of the doctor’s expertise and qualifications, amid suggestions he or she may not have been a prostate cancer expert.

The parties have also raised questions over whether the doctor was employed by the Libyan government or Megrahi’s legal team, which could have influenced the judgment.

It turns out that other doctors had been consulted in the case, none of whom were willing to say that Megrahi was even dying from the disease. In fact, one said he seemed suspiciously asymptomatic for a patient with the kind of diagnosis that Scotland asserted.

Outrageous. Simply outrageous.

Read the whole thing.

2 Comments:

At 12:48 PM, Blogger Shy Guy said...

Scotland. Sounds like they have single malt in their office coolers.

Me going!!!

 
At 7:33 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

They wanted to release him any way. The oil deal between the UK and Libya was hardly coincidental timing. And now they're asking questions?

They should been asked before - and not after - al-Meghrahi was released.

 

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