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10 Years Ago — SCCRC report published online by Sunday Herald [Unmasking The GOLFER. Who was Lockerbie Deep Throat?]

“Golfer was interviewed three times by the SCCRC officials but to date his identity has been one of the most closely guarded secrets concerning the whole Lockerbie affair. Let’s underline Golfer’s importance. If Lockerbie is Scotland’s Watergate then Golfer is … Continue reading

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Bad Science & Bad Scientists : IRA suspect Issues Apology for the Birmingham Pub Bombings [UPDATE : UK Journalist Wins Historic Case]

“Exactly the same forensic scientists who produced the wrongful conviction of Guiseppe Conlon, the Maguire family and of Danny McNamee, and had been stood down for the role they played. Yet here they were. Without them, there wouldn’t have been … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — Lockerbie : SCCRC Refers Case Back to Court [March 11 2020]

“Oliver Cromwell died in 1658. His body was exhumed in 1661 to be hanged in chains. Later, he was decapitated and his head was displayed on a pole outside Westminster Hall until 1685. There is a pole waiting for Megrahi’s … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Unmasking The GOLFER. Who was Lockerbie Deep Throat?

“Golfer was interviewed three times by the SCCRC officials but to date his identity has been one of the most closely guarded secrets concerning the whole Lockerbie affair. Let’s underline Golfer’s importance. If Lockerbie is Scotland’s Watergate then Golfer is … Continue reading

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Lockerbie — FAA investigating Boeing 787 manufacturing flaws. Coincidence? [UPDATE VIII : DOWNFALL: The Case Against Boeing | Netflix]

“The plane maker has told U.S. aviation regulators that it produced certain parts at its South Carolina facilities that failed to meet its own design and manufacturing standards, according to an Aug. 31 internal Federal Aviation Administration memo reviewed by … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts — Reading Behind the Black Bars [ODNI Redacted Summary on Havana Syndrome] UPDATE : How about “Terahertz frequencies” ?

“When the government touts the release of such heavily redacted documents as an act of transparency, leaving us to guess what we might be missing, the question inevitably comes up: Are there ways we can peer behind the black bars? … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts — Reading Behind the Black Bars [ODNI Redacted Summary on Havana Syndrome]

“When the government touts the release of such heavily redacted documents as an act of transparency, leaving us to guess what we might be missing, the question inevitably comes up: Are there ways we can peer behind the black bars? … Continue reading

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On This Day — Pan Am 103 Debris Show ‘Evidence’ of Plastic Explosive (December 28 1988) [2021]

“I need not go into the rest of the story and the explosion, except to say that some of us believe that, within hours, the Americans had guessed, at a very high level, what had gone wrong. It is a … Continue reading

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On This Day — Lockerbie : “The Helsinki Warning” (December 5 1988)

“And he comes in early the next morning, 6 o’clock the next morning, and there is, obviously, confusion and concern. And he is asked to do a number of things. And he is asked to work on Weber’s desk with … Continue reading

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On this Day — At Long Last, FBI Admits No Evidence of Foul Play in 1996 TWA 800 Crash (November 18 1997)

“The FBI didn’t want to hear about anything but a missile or a bomb, because otherwise there was no FBI case. Their conduct was disturbing from the very beginning.” Chuck Grassley — Chairman of the Judiciary subcommittee on administrative oversight … Continue reading

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