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U.S. upset with release of bomber | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 4 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Jul 20, 2010, titled U.S. upset with release of bomber | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

The Obama administration has asked Scotland and the British government to review the decision last summer to release the Libyan convicted in the Lockerbie airliner bombing.

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Radar U

Delaware, OH

#1 Jul 20, 2010
WHY in the name of God would anyone release a KNOWN,muderous terrorist that was convicted of killing 270 innocent people? That is the exact same as capturing Osama Bin Laden,trying him for the 9/11 attacks,jailing him and then releasing him. What an outrage and degrading slap in the face for all the victim's families.The Scottish justice system has clearly stated to the victim's families by their actions that "they don't care" by releasing him.
Of course,this killer will recycle himself back into the ranks of Al-Queda,the Taliban,or possibly alliance himself directly WITH Osama and pick up his murderous ways where he left off.
Un-freakin real....
Hunt him down

Blacklick, OH

#2 Jul 20, 2010
How difficult would it be to send a person with certain skills to snuff this louse? Nothing spectacular, just a shot in the head or a knife in the chest.
Radar U

Delaware, OH

#3 Jul 20, 2010
Hunt him down wrote:
How difficult would it be to send a person with certain skills to snuff this louse? Nothing spectacular, just a shot in the head or a knife in the chest.
Apparently,as has been demonstrated by our Gov't by trying to take out Osama,it's impossible.It seems that even with all our technology and tracking satellites that can count the hairs on a gnats rump from orbit,we still cannot locate Osama.Been 9 years now....and we cannot locate a sicky 40 something year old who has to have dialysis.The goober lives in caves,eats like a hyena and uses outdated communication forms and yet,we still cannot pin him down.I'd say that the Lockerbie bomber has better than average chances of eluding us.
TREASON By The Right

Columbus, OH

#4 Jul 20, 2010
Thank Chaney and Haliburton and the Oil Industry.

We were not at war or attacked until all that started with Buch/Chaney who were joined at the hip with the Bin Laden's before and after it got started over all that high dollar drama.

And; Where's Waldo Now???

As a result there is now a military industrial complex larger than anytime during the peak of the cold war.

Now thousands of contractors being paid hundreds of millions under the table so that no even knows exist or how much they cost and the "who they are" can not be tracked.

Vote for more "Hell No You Can't" again.
You'll Get What You Voted For,
And It Will Be More Expensive Than The Last Time.

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