(It is bad enough that the Western world has sunk so low that we have pity on this Libyan terrorist but the release of Mohmed al Megrahi is also another example of the glaring double standard when it comes to jurisprudence in the White world. John Demjanjuk is in ill-health but America and Germany had no qualms about satisfying the Jews who demanded that he be hauled overseas for a "war crimes" trial.
Further, it would be interesting to know how many Jews lost their lives in the Libyan terror attack? The Jewish controlled media made a point to find Ms. Cohen to get her thoughts on the release, were there more than just a few others?)
(CNN) -- Victims' family members and advocates are grieving anew as the only man convicted in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland -- which killed 270 people -- was released Thursday from a British prison.
"I feel sick. I feel depressed and outraged. I mean, I am just heartbroken," said Susan Cohen, whose daughter Theodora, a 20-year-old Syracuse University music student, was killed in the bombing.
Abdelbeset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi, 57, sick with advanced prostate cancer, was released on compassionate grounds and sent home to Libya to die, Scottish authorities said. Megrahi, who prosecutors said was a Libyan intelligence agent, was convicted in 2001 of placing a bomb on the Boeing 747.
Libya has formally accepted responsibility for the bombing and has compensated the families, although longtime Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi denied any culpability in the attack.
Cohen and others said international politics had trumped justice as U.S. and British relations with Gadhafi have thawed over the years.