After hearing about the Doctors without borders debacle, its interesting to read the latest about doctors who supposedly agreed that the convicted Libyan bomber had only 3 months to live.
According to the article from the Sunday Times, and reported in the Australian one of the treating doctors denied that he had been contacted by the Scottish authorites.
As stated “Speaking publicly for the first time, Zak Latif, Megrahi’s urologist in Scotland, said: “I was surprised when I heard he was being released because I wasn’t really asked for my opinion . . . it’s a bit odd.”
And the doctor who actually certified the poor outlook, was actually paid by the Libyans!!
“It has also emerged that the Scottish government consulted Ibrahim Sherif, a doctor paid by Libya to assess Megrahi. Dr Sherif concluded that Megrahi had only three months to live.”
And the British planned to make much money from Libyan contracts as a result of this deal. Would you buy a used car from this government?
Should Israel put any credence in statements or any assurances from Britain or “any other princes?”