14 September 2010
Over the last few months, too much has happened here to relate. Most importantly, Robert Forrester, a co-ordinator of the Justice for Megrahi campaign invited me to be a signatory on the campaign's letters to various leaders. I'm now listed alongside the likes of Robert Black, Jim Swire, Denis Phipps, Teddy Taylor, Noam Chomsky, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. (first letter can be read here). I and my larger head appear at the bottom of this totem pole (tho in the middle alphabetically) as:
Mr Adam Larson (Editor, writer and proprietor of ‘The Lockerbie Divide’).
The site had slowed down lately while I took a partial break and worked on other things. Now with some time available again, I'm getting a lot of half-done things completed and up. Just before and during that span I put up various article reviews from within the United States, which are now collected at an American media review page. Most recently, one critique turned into an extended explanation of how Karol Sikora insinuated himself into the public scene around Megrahi's release.
Planted evidence, the allegation of Israeli involvement in the bombing, and "help wanted," soliciting wider contributions from others. I've had a few promising responses to that so far and will gladly accept others as they trickle in over whatever time span.
Last night I updated watching the flags. It's too long of a post now needing a cut in the tedium between where I was hovering over the small numbers, waiting for something to happen. With some help from abroad it's taken off - props to Canada, Saudi Arabia, USA, UK, Switzerland, Germany. 3,844 distinct viewers, nearly 1,200 British, now just over 600 from the US. Nearly eight months later that's finally a good start.