Sounds like Scotland's senior prosecutor Elish Angiolini has about as much idea of the law as some Italian restaurateur when he starts moaning about al Megrahi releasing details of why he's innocent of the Lockerbie bombing.
If Scotland hadn't blackmailed him into abandoning his appeal in the first place as a condition of compassionate release the whole edifice of Scottish law would've been tested in the courts not just the media for the injustice that befell Megrahi when he was framed for a crime he didn't commit.
Angiolini can shut his trap for about 3 reasons... first of all there's no obligation on a person to remain mute about his innocence of any crime; secondly there's such a principle as freedom of speech to which the United Kingdom has long subscribed... and finally because Angiolini is out of his depth about why Megrahi was forced to abandon his appeal in the first place.
"Mr Megrahi was convicted unanimously by three senior judges following trial and his conviction was upheld unanimously by five judges, in an Appeal Court presided over by the Lord Justice General, Scotland's most senior judge.
I guess somehow KM knows more about the case then 8 Judges
. . when he was framed for a crime he didn't commit. And you know this because?
Doh! Because if the Scots were so confident he was guilty of the offence there'd have been no need to blackmail him into giving up his appeal and no need to start moaning about people hearing what he has to say.
I was addressing Lea within the context of your post. I'm sure she gets it. I can't help it if the obvious confuses you. *belch* I'll provide crib notes next time. Or I'll draw little stick figures for you.
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