August 20, 2010
The Foreign Office warned that any celebration of his freedom would be ''tasteless, offensive and deeply insensitive''.
A spokeswoman said: ''The Government is clear that Megrahi's release was a mistake. Both the current Prime Minister and the Foreign Secretary made this clear at the time.
''Particularly on this anniversary we understand the continuing anguish that Megrahi's release has caused his victims, both in the UK and the US.
''Any celebration of Megrahi's release will be tasteless, offensive and deeply insensitive to the victims' families.
''We have made our concerns clear to the Libyan government.''
Yeah, you made your concerns clear a little late there. What do you want to bet that in spite of their "concerns," that the Libyan public still treats this like a national holiday?
If ghosts really exist, I hope that every official who signed off on this bullshit deal is haunted by the spirits of the innocent who died for the rest of their days.
And Mr.Megrahi? Please die in a fire while actually suffering from cancer.
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