Saturday, June 23, 2007

Sightings





"The pimps and bouncers who used to guard Soho clip-joints and peep-shows were mostly front men for powerful Maltese porn brokers." - Malta Today
"The family company of a former judge holds shares in a hotel in Marsaskala that is being run as an illegal brothel with Russian prostitutes, MaltaToday can reveal." - Malta Today

E-vote 'threat' to UK democracy

Able Danger

Robert Black QC, an emeritus professor of Scottish law at Edinburgh University said: 'No reasonable tribunal, on the evidence heard at the original trial, should or could have convicted him and it is an absolute disgrace and outrage what the Scottish court did.’

A senior British police officer 'has testfied to al-Megrahi’s defence team that crucial evidence at the trial was fabricated.'

Hans Köchler, the UN observer at Megrahi's trial, reported that the trial was politically charged and the verdict ‘totally incomprehensible’. Köchler wrote that he found the presence of US Justice Department representatives in the court ‘highly problematic’ - Lockerbie Pan Am Flight 103: Inconvenient Truths

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