A warning for clickable link lovers: there aren’t any external ones in this post. To reach the recommended item, you’ll have to actually buy the publication. Old habits may get rarer, but they seemingly never die.
Previously, I’ve considered the hiatus that surrounded the Scottish Justice Secretary following his decision to release the supposed Lockerbie bomber on compassionate grounds. Now, the latest issue of Private Eye has summarised the case, and its “Lockerbie Special” appears on Page 29 of issue 1246.
For all those who still believe that the decision to convict al-Megrahi of the bombing was in any way sound, this should be recommended reading. I commend it to them, and to anyone else with an interest in the case.