Sunday, 17 November 2013

My arrest threat at Lockerbie

This is the headline over a report by Derek Lambie in today’s Scottish edition of The Sun.  The first sentence reads: “Lockerbie campaigner Jim Swire has told how a cop threatened to ARREST him as he viewed his daughter’s body in a mortuary.” The remainder lies behind the newspaper’s paywall.  

I already, with teeth-gritted reluctance, contribute to the Murdoch coffers through my subscription to The Times. Subscribing to The Sun is utterly unthinkable. But if any kind reader of the blog cares to send me the remainder of the article, I’ll consider posting it here.


  1. MISSION LIFE WITH LOCKERBIE, 2013 -- Go on ground to new facts...(google translation, german/english):

    The technology today is ready that 100% can be proved, that the crucial MST-13 timer fragment (PT-35) consists of 9 or 8 layers of fiberglass and can be proved, within (timewindow +/- 10 days) that the 'PT-35' fragment had trace of powder from a bomb explosion on 21st of Dec. 1988.

    9 layers of fiberglass and traces of explosive powder, can have indicate to Libya ?

    8 layers of fiberglass, with no traces of explosive powder, indicate to a Scottish fatal fraud - against Libya ?

    Why does not try, the new 'operationally Lockerbie Investigation Team' - led by Detective Superintendent Michael Dalgleish, immediately make a new forensically examine of the crucial piece of evidence against Libya, the MST 13 timer fragment (PT-35)? The cost and time efford are very low ...

    by Edwin and Mahnaz Bollier, MEBO Ltd., Telecommunication, Switzerland. Webpage:

  2. MISSION LIFE WITH LOCKERBIE, 2013 (google translation, german/english):
    Very strange, why were decisive proof document films in support of the truth in the 'Lockerbie tragedy' (The Conspiracy Files: Lockerbie) of BBC Two - and ex MEBO Ing Ulrich Lumpert's ultimate statement in Zurich, in the presence of witness Dr. Jim Swire, from 'BLIP', removed from the Internet, as a link on 7th of November, 2013 ?
    On request, declared 'BLIP' succinctly, among other things: "After many years of being an open platform, 'BLIP' is now taking its mission to bring the best original web series to our audience more seriously". BBC Two: No answer ...
    I noticed that you have removed the file:
    May be it is just coincidence that also at the same time period an important BBC film „disappeared“…
    As you know – Mebo made it possible that this video could have been made in Zurich…
    It is a very important video in the Lockerbie case.

    I would suggest to put it again online. Due to the 25th anniversary of the incident – people would be very interested to see this.
    I would like to put the video also on my non-profit platform:
    Please send me the video-data as soon as possible.
    Thanks for your kind assistance and your quick answer.

    Edwin Bollier
    Mebo Ltd – Badenerstr. 414, CH 8004 Zurich / Switzerland