Tuesday 22 December 2015

Crown Office Continue To Cover Up Lockerbie

First of all a wee bit of background to how this all works.

You see when the Police have investigated matters of criminal wrongdoing they submit a report to the Procurator Fiscal at the Crown Office who then decides if the case should be prosecuted.

The Crown office is the gatekeeper to the court room and no case gets to court unless the Procurator Fiscal says so. This means if there is anything embarrassing about the Crown office in a Police report that the Crown don't want a court (ie the public) to see, they simply refuse to prosecute.

Similarly if there is wrongdoing of their friends in the Police, they refuse to prosecute.

Absolutely no-one can make the Crown office change their mind. No-one.

By preventing a court getting to hear cases, the Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service become, in effect, judge and jury themselves.

This is wrong and it's unacceptable. But that's the way it works.

We've seen the devastation the Crown office's corrupt actions caused in the bin lorry tragedy.

I have also had personal experience in which the Crown office have refused to take action against crooked Police officers and corrupt Procurator Fiscals in their ranks despite overwhelming evidence of their guilt.

The Crown office and Police Scotland stink so much of cronyism you can smell the stench from John O'Groats to Gretna Green.

So now on to the latest saga in the Lockerbie disaster.

Most people have their own opinion on the Lockerbie disaster. Opinions usually fall in to two camps. Those who believe Megrahi was innocent, and those who believe he was guilty but did not act alone. Either way, everyone agrees that more than just Megrahi should have been in the dock.

The Crown office have continually come under criticism over their handling of the Lockerbie case. But true to form, the Crown office arrogantly refuse to budge from the line they took all those years ago.

And the reason is because they know all too well that officials of untrustworthy Police Scotland and the corrupt Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service should be in the dock themselves over the shambolic handling of this case.

The organisation Justice For Megrahi have called for a court to hear the evidence of the latest Police investigation. But I can guarantee that the corrupt Crown office will continue to deny them their right to have evidence heard in a court of law - because it embarrasses the Crown Office and Police Scotland.

The Lord Advocate has already referred to Justice for Megrahi as conspiracy theorists in an attempt to undermine their credibility and hopefully deflect criticism from his Crown office.

Don't expect justice for Lockerbie victims from the Crown office EVER.