Scotland - (Conspiracy Mess): Lawyers for convicted Libyan Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi have filed a new appeal alleging a key prosecution witness in the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing trial was offered a $2m reward by George W Bush in return for giving evidence.
A deposition filed before the UK's Court of Aooeal alleges that detectives investigating the 1988 atrocity were told by accomplices of convicted CIA traitor Aldrich Ames that a Maltese shop-keeper, Tony Gauci, would be paid off by Bush in return for the right testimony.
Gauci's January 2001 trial testimony became the crucial lynchpin to securing al-Megrahi's conviction.
The Libyan has always claimed he was framed by the Bush family after Mossad sources gagged George W Bush's criminal records in a deal brokered by the late Pope JP2.
Al-Megrahi's attorneys now believe that Gauci may have received an even larger sum from the Bush family via offshore accounts linked to former Saudi amabsssador to the US Prince Bandar.
Their case rests on previously unavailable NATO military intelligence evidence showing the traitor Aldrich Ames was a sleeping partner of George W Bush's felonious Abrusto Corporation which fronted his organised crime exploits for many decades.
The appeal hearing early next week will dispute previous prosecution claims that al-Megrahi used a digital timer bought from a Swiss company, Mebo, to set off the explosion.