Sunday, June 24, 2007

CIA and Scottish Police faked evidence in Lockerbie Pan Am 103 case, according to report.

Faked Evidence -

From Scotland on Sunday 24 June 2007: 'It is time to put right the wrongs'

"While the main perpetrators appear to have been CIA officers, according to the defence papers, there is also damning evidence suggesting (Scottish) police officers and other investigators took part in preparing false evidence.

"It can also be confirmed today that a former senior Scottish police officer, who worked at a high level on the Lockerbie inquiry, has given statements to the SCCRC in which he is understood to support claims of planted evidence.

"A document seen by this newspaper reveals the officer - codenamed "Golfer" - believes 'labels and productions from the locus have been interfered with'."

"Golfer alleges pieces of supposedly bomb-damaged clothing, parts of a timer circuit board and an instruction manual for a Toshiba radio-cassette recorder were added to the evidence to lay a trail that would lead to the 'bomber'.

"In a damning indictment of Scottish justice, he claims senior members of the Lockerbie investigating team agreed to manufacture and manipulate evidence to help secure a suspect and conviction.

"He has also claimed that police statements from the key prosecution witness, Maltese shopkeeper Tony Gauci - the only man to [partially] identify Megrahi in the chain of events outlined by the Crown - either went missing or were altered before the Libyan's trial...

"Golfer has also revealed that an undeclared American passport was found among the masses of debris recovered after the atrocity. He said it had been issued to Khaled Jafaar, known to have been involved in controlled drug runs that the CIA was allowing to happen...

"It emerged later that he was in the service of the CIA...

"Officially at least, the search for the bombers was headed by Dumfries and Galloway Police. But behind the scenes, both MI5 and MI6 had been tasked with using their own people..."

aangirfan: Lockerbie, Drugs and the CIA


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