Friday, 31 May 2013

Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil

This is the title and The SCCRC Statement of Reasons in Relation to the MEBO Timer Fragment is the sub-title of a long and detailed analysis and critique of the findings of the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission in relation to the infamous label productions PT35(a) to (d) published yesterday by Baz on his blog The Masonic Verses. It could be read here earlier this morning, but for some reason the piece seems now to have disappeared from the website. 

The article is once again available on Baz's website.


  1. Link doesn't work, and no trace of an item by that name on that blog.

  2. I have taken this down while I iron out some formatting problems

  3. MISSION LOCKERBIE, 2013: (google translation, german/english) doc. 9957.rtf
    Was the publication prohibited ?

    This report on bloc 'Masonic Verses': "Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil" - was recorded by "ebol" (MEBO), shortly after publication at 8:30 AM, Thursday May 30, 2013.

    Anticipated, it may be assumed that the report was not removed immediately for reasons of "some formatting problems", but because for the first time it has been shown on which suspicious and questionable details, pictures and formalities, the SCCR- Commission, have judged the manipulated MST-13 timer fragment (PT-35/b) -alleged discovered in Lockerbie.

    After studying the 'SCCRC Statement of Reasons' in relation to the MEBO MST-13 timer fragment (PT-35/b) shows that the examiner from 'SCCRC', inter alia - no new forensic investigations conducted for - and employed with the same suspect material, as by the court in Kamp van Zeist. A new professional investigation in this matter is therefore crucial for the truth finding - and the relief for Abdelbaset al-Megrahi and Libya ! Congratulations - a insightful and interesting report.
    In german language: Wurde die Veröffentlichung untersagt ?

    Der Report auf Block 'Freimaurer Verse': "Höre nicht Schlechtes, sehe nicht Schlechtes, spreche nicht Schlechtes" - wurde kurz nach der Veröffentlichung, um 8:30 Uhr, am 30. Mai 2013, von "ebol" (MEBO), aufgenommen (recorded).

    Vorweg genommen, es kann davon ausgegangen werden, das der Report nicht aus Gründen von formatierungs Problemen sofort wieder entfernt wurde, sondern weil erstmals dargestellt und aufgedeckt wurde, auf welchen suspekten und fragwürdigen Details, Abbildungen und Formalitäten die SCCR-Commission, das manipulierte, angeblich in Lockerbie aufgefundene MST-13 Timerfragment (PT-35/b) beurteilten !

    Nach meinem Studium des 'SCCRC Statement of Reasons' in Relation zum MEBO MST-13 Timer Fragment (PT-35/b) zeigt, dass die Prüfer von SCCRC, z.B. keine neuen forensischen Untersuchungen veranlassten und sich mit dem gleichen suspecten Material beschäftigten, wie das Gericht in Kamp van Zeist. Eine neue professionelle Untersuchung in dieser Angelegenheit ist deshalb für die Wahrheisfindung und Entlastung, für Libyen und Abdelbaset al-Megrahi entscheidend ! Gratulation - ein aufschlussreicher und interessanter Bericht.

    by Edwin Bollier, MEBO Ltd. Telecommunication, Switzerland. URL:

  4. By the way, I finally followed what Baz is saying about the ESDA tests, and he's right. The results are way anomalous and in no way support the contention that the material date 12th May wasn't a later interpolation.

  5. EBOL- no really I was having problems getting a uniform font and the article is back up. I follow your claims concerning the timer fragment with an open mind.

    ROLFE - I am not very much at home delving into the minuatae of evidence but I am just surprised campaigners have focused on the limited grounds of appeal the SCCRC supported.