"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 ... I feared they would do this," she said. "Now that they've made friends with Gadhafi ... the Western countries want to give him everything that he wants, appease him. He wanted [Abdelbeset Ali Mohmed al] Megrahi, they are rushing Megrahi out; they aren't even giving this a day. And the tiny little shred of justice we had is gone."And, check the CBS interview with victims' families, as well as the Fox clip below of the extended cheers and applause on the ground in Libya:
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Lockerbie Bomber Gets Hero's Welcome in Libya: Victims' Families Outraged at Mass Murderer's Release; White House 'Deeply Disappointed' at Injustice
CNN has the story, "Most Families Outraged at Pan Am 103 Bomber's Release":
Plus, from Fox News, "White House: U.S. 'Deeply Regrets' Release of Lockerbie Bomber." And more from Fox, "Lockerbie Bomber Freed From Prison on Compassionate Grounds."