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Monday, 18 June 2007

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The Pan Am Lockerbie flight moments before the explosion

Scotland - (Ass Mess): Newly discovered forensic evidence about the 1986 Pan Am flight which blew up over Lockerbie may exonerate and free the Libyan intelligence officer currently serving a life sentence in prison for a crime that he has always said that Mossad framed him.

Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi was jailed in 2001 for killing 270 people.

But new intelligence leads that were suppressed by the CIA have now become available to Scottish police who say the moeny trail has lead them to Prince Bandar - the BAE slush fund recipient of £1.2 billion bribes currently in the news after being exonerated by Prime Monster Tony Blair.

Sources close to the Scottish judicial prosecutors have claimed to have proof that a specific NATO intelligence official who was due to have been on the Frankfurt-sourced London flight to the US and who was carrying vital arms trafficking evidence against Bandar was the original target.

However the NATO man was taken ill moments before boarding the flight and his journey was cancelled despite personal luggage items having been put in the plane's hold.

Although some vital papers were destroyed in the explosion the key documentary evidence was put into cold storage at a secret NATO base and kept under the tightest security for over 20 years.

Reports that these contents detail the Bush family's financial links to Bandar have not been confirmed although no specific denials have either been issued.

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