posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 06:16 AM
Perhaps with the advice of MI6, Cameron could refer the good senators to the CIA, who paid US$4 million dollars to a Maltese clothes shop owner to lie
on oath at the Scottish court case that found Megrahi guilty that he had seen him buy the clothes that were found in a suitcase at the Pan Am 103
crash site, thereby framing him for a crime actually carried out by the Iranians in retaliation for America shooting down one of their commercial jet
planes in 1988.
Perhaps Cameron could also mention that Megrahi was allowed to go home because he had agreed to drop his appeal, which would have proved that the CIA
had framed him to stop Iran getting the rap, and that the CIA had exerted pressure on the British government to stop the appeal so that this highly
embarrassing fact would not become public.
Perhaps Cameron could do this. But I doubt he will. He will be kept in the dark. And even if he were briefed, he would hardly tell American Senators
that their own government were responsible for the murder of so many US citizens!