Sunday, 23 August 2009

More Questions For Mandy on Libya Deals.

The Sunday Telegraph:

The Business Secretary denied that the Government had done a deal to free Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi, who was convicted of the 1988 terrorist atrocity that claimed 270 lives. However, his claims were contradicted by Saif Gaddafi, the son of the Libyan leader, in a conversation with Megrahi as the pair flew home from Glasgow.

In a transcript obtained by The Sunday Telegraph, Mr Gaddafi tells Megrahi: “You were on the table in all commercial, oil and gas agreements that we supervised in that period. You were on the table in all British interests when it came to Libya, and I personally supervised this matter. Also, during the visits of the previous prime minister, Tony Blair.”

4 comments:

  1. Yes and I also hear that he (Gaddafi) publicly thanked Gordon Brown, Prince Edward and The Queen, "without whose help none of this would have been possible".

    Another complete PR fuck up by Brown!

    Back Passage International Films
    LOL, great stuff Lawson.

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  2. I laughed at the "Back Passage International Films" as well. Great stuff.

    Mandy hasn't actually denied it, he just said he's offended by the accusation. His, Brown and Blair's fingerprints are all over this.

    We shouldn't expect anything different, afterall, they care nothing for human life.

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  3. Even though he is dying,he should not be trusted and he should still be monitored.

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  4. Is Mandelson dying? How ironic that this would be the case just as the rest of the Labour Party will be murdered at the next General election?

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