Scottish Cop: “Lockerbie evidence was faked”

Wow this is a weird allegation: Police chief- Lockerbie evidence was faked.

There’s something about this that sounds highly implausible. The Scotsman is a reputable newspaper, but without the name of the person making the allegation, I’m suspicious. For starters, why would the CIA have an interest in placing the blame on Libya at the risk of letting some other terrorist go undetected? Then again, if you had told me the CIA was discussing whether to try to make Castro’s beard fall off, I’ve have laughed, too. After stuff like that, it becomes very hard to know what’s too nutty to believed. Then again, the beard thing was only brainstorming, not actual action.

(Spotted via Cryptome).

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3 Responses to Scottish Cop: “Lockerbie evidence was faked”

  1. Barry Freed says:

    Back when I was following this case more closely the best case for the culprits appeared to be Iran and/or Syria. The evidence implicating Libya (I recall something about a shirt bought at an duty-free airport shop) was extremely thin.

  2. Barry Freed says:

    Back when I was following this case more closely the best case for the culprits appeared to be Iran and/or Syria. The evidence implicating Libya (I recall something about a shirt bought at an duty-free airport shop) was extremely thin.

  3. Barry Lanza says:

    I can prove a lot more. I visited the Scotman and the editors killed a story last October as it ‘may disturb the victim’.
    Please see some of the emails from the Libyans and victims alike. plus a lot more

    http://www.hotmail.com

    account champcompconsultant password iranlock

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