Convicted Lockerbie Bomber Al-Mehgrahi  is to sue the Scottish Government under European Human Rights legislation for sending him back to Libya.
Al-Mehgrahi  complained that his life was in danger after being released by the Scottish Government on 'compassionate grounds'.
A spokesperson for Al-Mehgrahi  said that the actions of the Scottish Government in sending him back to Libya were a 'cruel and unusual punishment'.He continued,'the scenes of jubilation at Tripoli Airport have traduced the good name of Al-Mehgrahi  throughout the civilized world, and if there is any semblance of justice, the Scottish Government will have to pay handsomely in reparation.'
Al-Mehgrahi  complained 'It is impossible to sleep here for night-time noise. The sound of jet fighters hitting the ground has upset the camels.' A spokesperson for the Scottish Government indicated that his prison cell is still available should he so require. Mr Al-Mehgrahi is one hundred and six.