On 1 June 2012, the American-owned Herald newspaper reveals how the UK Government hid a secret Lockerbie report
The report blames the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - General Command (PFLP-GC), and not Libya, for the Lockerbie bombing.
The PFLP-GC was run by the CIA and its friends.
The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) discovered the existence of the document.
More than one group was involved in smuggling heroin out of Lebanon and into the USA using PanAm.
Reportedly, these groups included:
A. The group working for Syrian Monzer al Kassar, a CIA asset with reported links to Oliver North and Mohammed Atta. (Monzer al-Kassar - Wikipedia / Madcow Morning News.)
B. Members of the PFLP-GC (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine General Command) which had links to Monzer al Kassar, the CIA asset.
The PFLP-GC bomb-maker Marwan Khreesat was a Jordanian intelligence service (GID) agent with links to the CIA. (Pan Am Flight 103.)
C. The CIA unit known as Corea, which worked with Monzer al Kassar. (Franklin, Dutroux, Mossad, McKee)
aangirfan: CNN: DID SOMEONE ELSE DO LOCKERBIE?
The chief suspects, Khaisar Haddad and Abu Nidal of the PFLP-GC, reportedly worked for the CIA. Ahmed Jibril of the PFLP-GC had links to CIA-asset and drugs dealer Monzer al-Kassar.
(Was Lockerbie suspect working for US? - Scotsman.com News /Reportedly, Khaisar Haddad, known as Abu Elias, was an agent of the US government and carried out the Lockerbie Bombing.)
Syria's President Assad cracked down on the heroin trade.
aangirfan: CIA FELL OUT WITH SYRIA OVER HEROIN?
In The Herald, Jo Greenhorn (how the UK Government hid a secret Lockerbie report) comments:
"It is a great pity Mr Salmond chose to support, indeed actively assist, successive UK governments, starting with Thatcher's, to pervert the course of justice over this terrible atrocity which cost nearly 300 lives...
"Sadly the actions of his own government have made SNP hands as toxic on Lockerbie as those of their Unionist counterparts."
Iain Lawson comments:
"As yet the UK State Broadcaster has managed to avoid mentioning the Herald story in it's news coverage."