Saturday, 5 September 2009

Will We have to extradite Brown to the US over this?

Jack Straw, the Justice Secretary, broke ranks and admitted publicly for the first time that trade and oil agreements were an essential part of the British Government’s decision to include Megrahi in the PTA with Libya. Megrahi, the only man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing of December 1988 which killed 270 people, was freed on Aug 20. His release and the jubilant scenes in Tripoli, the Libyan capital, when he returned prompted an international outcry.
The Scottish and British governments actively assisted Megrahi and his legal team to seek a release on compassionate grounds even though the thrust of talks before July this year had been over his release as part of a Prisoner Transfer Agreement (PTA) between Britain and Libya.
It looks to me as though Jack "Man of" straw has got the yellow streak Brown in his sights and is hunting him down. There can be no other reason for suddenly confirming to the rest of us what a liar we have as PM.
Gordon MacYellow will not be too happy about Jack spilling his guts all over the floor about this shameful little episode!
Liebore lack morals and are duplicitous in lying to the UK public over this and many more incidents. Lied on Iraq, lied on the economy are just two examples. Liebore will keep on lying because that is all they do.


  1. "Will We have to extradite Brown to the US over this?"

    Let's hope so. Straw has broken ranks and grassed the boss - dead man walking or a conspiracy?

  2. Just look now that the yellow streak has given the governments support for the IRA victims against Libya. What a turnaround!
    Now is the time to act and see if the yellow streak will change his mind with a British referendum for or against the Lisbon Treaty.