[This is the heading over an article by George Galloway on his blog on the Daily Record website. It reads as follows:]
I'm going to Libya in the first week of the new year with Mick Devine, of the Scottish-Libyan business link, and Celtic supporters champion Brian Dempsey. The priority is to win business orders for Scots companies and thus jobs for Scottish workers. But if Abdelbaset al-Megrahi is still alive and conscious, I hope to speak with him.
If not, I'm promised discussions with those in possession of the kind of evidence which will explode the real scandal.
Not that the Scottish government released Megrahi from jail but that the Crown kept Megrahi behind bars when they knew he was an innocent man.
In any case, I will be discussing these issues at the highest levels and I give the Crown Office fair notice that if I get to Holyrood, I'm going to unmask this conspiracy.
The Scottish Crown Office is in all sorts of trouble now but that's as nothing, compared to the storm brewing for them if I get elected to the Scottish Parliament in May.
There are several decisions they have made which I shall be pursuing but none is as serious as the case of Megrahi. The Scottish government took abuse for releasing him on compassionate grounds due to his imminent demise, now so imminent that even the most hardened cynic should shut up, surely.
The First Minister was even accused of seeking Libyan largesse for Scotland in return for the release now debunked by the Wikileaks revelations that Scotland turned down "a parade of goodies", as Salmond always insisted.
But the real scandal is not that he was released but that he was incarcerated for so long in the first place.
The appeal against conviction, which he was forced to withdraw for no necessary legal reason, contained material so explosive as to put even the murderous attack on the airliner into the shade.
Those who placed the bomb on board PanAm 103 were terrorists. The bombs in Megrahi's appeal all relate to the Crown Office.
I believe they knew the Libyan was innocent and he was convicted on trumped-up charges, while his country was falsely accused.