The Financial Times has confirmed that oil giant BP just ratified a 450-million-British-pound oil contract with Libya after UK politicians drafted a prisoner transfer agreement that, most certainly, covers the Libyan citizen convicted of the bombing of Pan Am 103 on Dec. 21 1988. OMNI reported the suspected deal last August.
British Petroleum's Board of Directors has suggested that their logo now stands for Beyond Petroleum. In the light of the above, some readers may react with skepticism to their suggestion. But one thing is certain. BP does not stand for British Pride.
Dr. Jim Swire, whose daughter Flora died in the Lockerbie tragedy, is co-founder of the UK Flight 103 Family and a regular spokesperson for the organization. Yesterday, he e-mailed me the following letter, which I want to share with my readers.
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