Do you think it was right to release the Lockerbie Bomber?

August 29, 2009 6:31am CST
This week the Lockerbie Bomber, who was sentenced to 28 years for murdering 270 people in the 1988 bombing of Pam Am 103 over the town of Lockerbie, was released after serving just 8 years. He was released on compassionate grounds as he is suffering from terminal cancer. Do you think this was the right thing to do? Does a man who is convited of murder deserve to live out his life surrounded in luxury? Interested to know what you think....
2 responses
@lelin1123 (15595)
• Puerto Rico
31 Aug 09
No they shouldn't have let him be released. He murdered 270 people so what that he is dying. Who really cares I don't. He is shown passion by being released what was shown to the 270 peoples killed and their families. This is an outrage.
31 Aug 09
hey. I agree with you it is an outrage. It makes me very angry to think that such a calculated killer could be released and allowed to die in luxury. They should have thrown away the key. thanks for your comment.
@Capsicum (1444)
• United States
29 Aug 09
No he should not have been .I do believe that everything that goes around comes back twice as hard. He is getting his with the cancer ,so he is getting his by , dying in pain.Even though he should have been left there to rot He is now suffering at the hands of his actions ,just not the way we would choose or like to see it. Paybacks are a b#tch.