Saturday, May 7, 2011

United Kingdom - Moussa Koussa return there in Britain?

The families of victims of the Lockerbie bombing have been furious to learn that the British government had authorized Musa Kusa, a former Libyan foreign minister, to leave the territory to get to Qatar, where a peak occurs on the future of Libya. This ancient figure of Gaddafi regime is suspected of masterminding the attack against a U.S.

airliner Pan Am which had killed 270 people in 1988. Musa Kusa has also been heard by the Scottish courts last week as part of the investigation into the explosion of this plane. His arrival in London two weeks ago, has generated much hope in the people who hoped to learn more about the circumstances of the attack.

When leaving the country, Moussa Koussa escapes the scrutiny of the intelligence services, "said The Daily Telegraph. British authorities say they expect him back in Britain, but could not guarantee either.

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