The Lockerbie Case: Frequently updated blog of Professor Robert Black, QC FRSE, one of the "architects" of the 2000 trial where Megrahi was convicted. That sounds awful, but trust me, he's none too happy about it. If you want to keep up on the latest developments in the case - political and legal - this is the site to watch.
Abdelbaset Ali Al-Megrahi: My Story Incredibly valuable materials Megrahi would have used in his second appeal, controversially submitted to the Court of Public Opinion after he *decided* to drop the appeal to *facilitate* a swifter journey home to die.
> The Bedford suitcase(s) - subset of the London theory - the suitcase(s) that may disprove Libyan guilt. No one should expect a clue this good, but by luck, there it is.
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