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Testimony in a report broadcast on Channel 4 News confirms what 'Justice for Megrahi' investigative campaigners have been saying for some time.
The verdict in the Lockerbie trial that convicted Ali al-Megrahi is a tragedy for Scottish justice, says Jim Swire, who lost his daughter in the bombing.
Working for a better society depends on ordinary people - not just political, civic and faith leaders - standing up to injustice, Alex Salmond says.
The Scottish government was right to release the Libyan man convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, an official of the Church of Scotland says.
Mercy cannot be earned, says Jill Segger. It is not a quid pro quo. It is pure gift and whenever we exercise it, we come closer to the Divine nature. The Ali al-Megrahi case makes us uncomfortable about this - and necessarily so.
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