Sunday, September 02, 2007


"At Coulport naval base, Strathclyde, on December 3, 1987, a faulty Polaris missile was being unloaded from the submarine HMS Repulse. As it was being locked down on a trailer, a crane hoisted it into the air, causing it to swing wildly and to crash into the trailer supports." - Britain drops nuclear bomb. Fortunately it doesn’t go off

"Bollier spent five days in the witness box at the Lockerbie trial at Camp Zeist in the Netherlands. 'I was a defence witness, but the trial was so skewed to prove Libyan involvement that the details of what I had to say was ignored. A photograph of the fragments was produced in court and I asked to see the pieces again. When they were brought to me, they were practically carbonised. They had been tampered with since I had seen them in Dumfries.'"- Vital Lockerbie evidence 'was tampered with'

"Megrahi's wife and children, who live in a house in Newton Mearns on the outskirts of Glasgow, had their belongings loaded into a shipping container yesterday. Dr Jim Swire, whose daughter, Flora, died in the bombing, said: 'If she is going home, a 'done deal' - where Megrahi's repatriation has already been decided - could certainly be a possible interpretation.'" - Lockerbie bomber's family quit Scottish home in sign he could be ...



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