Monday, 13 December 2010

Video: Gauci on al-Megrahi

This is the heading over a post on Caustic Logic's blog The Lockerbie Divide. It is subtitled "A little bit like exactly" like a non-identification. The post consists of the first part of a two-part video setting out the evidence of Maltese shopkeeper Tony Gauci that the Zeist court regarded as justifying the conclusion that Abdelbaset Megrahi was the purchaser of the items that surrounded the bomb that destroyed Pan Am 103. The perverseness of this conclusion was one of the reasons founded on by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission in deciding that Megrahi's conviction might have amounted to a miscarriage of justice.


  1. Well done Adam. This is great stuff.

  2. Thanks, Jo! I meant to respond earlier, but got sidetracked by the fact that my site isn't coming up and I can't sign into my caustic Logic blogger account. Strange. My other blog sites refuse to load in Safari or Internet Explorer, but all other blogger sites like this one, and other sites come up fine. Does anyone else experience a problem accessing the Lockerbie Divide? Or is it just a glitch on my end?

    Part two is uploading, slowly. Should be on the Youtube inseveral hours, and on my blog once I wake up and get the site to work again.

  3. Adam I've not had any probs getting on to the Lockerbie Divide.

    Will stay posted for Part two.

  4. Thanks, Jo. Sorry for the false alarm. The upload just jammed certain connections. It was better this morning but the upload had failed, so all day I had the same problem again as I re-loaded it.

    Thanks Prof. Black for the speedy plugs here. You've been doing great lately following and commenting on quite a few developments I need to catch up on.