Susan Lindauer in her book Extreme Prejudice says they didn’t do it. She should know. She was the US’ prime contact with Libya prior to the Iraq War in 2001. She says it was Abu Nidal.
Now you can find more stuff at cryptome.org saying the Scottish police office called Golfer has admitted the CIA planted the evidence on Al Megrahi.
More stuff is coming out on cryptome.org
14 September 2011
Premier Glasgow libel lawyers Bannatyne Kirkwood France are issuing the
following little missive to any site hosting a 7 September 2011 article by Kevin
Williamson of BelaCaledonia:
We are instructed by … …….
The blog carries in its entirety an article originally published on the Bella
Caledonia website which names our client as “Golfer”.
We hereby give notice that the article has been removed from the Bella
caledonia website following our legal representations on the basis that the
terms of the article are without foundation.
If you continue to publish the article on your blog then legal proceedings
will follow on the basis that you are repeating the libel occasioned by bella
We trust that you will attend to the removal of the article forthwith.
Bannatyne Kirkwood France
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Briefly, its offence is to name former Acting Chief Constable … …… of
Lothian & Borders Police as “Golfer”, the anonymous police source who alleges
Fabrication of evidence by the CIA during the investigation of the Lockerbie
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Policing Lockerbie, A Bella Caledonia Special Investigation
Posted on September 7, 2011 by bellacaledonia
POLICING LOCKERBIE: A BELLA CALEDONIA EXCLUSIVE
What follows below is a special Bella Caledonia investigation by Co-Editor Kevin
Williamson into one of the most tightly-guarded secrets surrounding the
investigation into the conviction of Abdelbaset Ali Al Megarahi for the Lockerbie
It has been known for a number of years that a police officer – known only by the
codename GOLFER – made a signed statement to the Scottish Criminal Cases Review
Commission in which he testified that the fragment of timer which was used to
convict Al Megrahi was planted by CIA operatives with the collusion of Scottish police officers who were
supposed to be investigating the terrorist atrocity.
GOLFER has become one of the most important witnesses in the campaign to clear Al Megrahi. GOLFER is the
only known police eyewitness who has come forward and testified that serious crimes were committed by the
investigating investigating to frame Al Megrahi.
Until now the identity of GOLFER has been a fiercely guarded secret. Given that a redacted and effectively
censored version of the SCCRC report is about to be released into the public domain by the Scottish Government
we believe it is in the public interest to reveal the identity of the now retired police officer known as GOLFER.
Contrary to the impression given by the SCCRC media release of June 2007 – where it was stated that GOLFER
was a “former detective sergeant” – Kevin Williamson’s investigations reveal GOLFER to have been Deputy Chief
Constable of Lothian & Borders AS RECENTLY AS 2009. This is his story.
THE RISE AND FALL OF A SCOTTISH POLICE CHIEF
… ….. was a tough no-nonsense police officer, a proven CID man who got results. In March 2005, after
serving 26 years in the force, he finally joined the big league and was appointed Assistant Chief Constable of
Lothian & Borders Police (L&B). Before that he had been Divisional Commander of North Glasgow and East
L&B were delighted they got their man. Chief Constable Paddy Tompkins gave him a warm welcome in the local
independence – self-determination
Policing Lockerbie, A Bella Caledonia Special Investigati