The Scottish government told FOX News Tuesday that the U.S. government refuses to allow them to release details of any communication between Scotland and the U.S. over al-Megrahi’s release.
A source with the Scottish government, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the demand was made in a letter sent Tuesday from U.S. Embassy Chief of Mission Richard LeBaron.
The U.K. and Scottish governments are making public their correspondence on al-Megrahi’s release; Prime Minister Gordon Brown insists his government played no part in the decision to let the murderer return to Libya.
Let’s head over to the White House contact page. It reads:
“President Obama is committed to creating the most open and accessible administration in American history. To send questions, comments, concerns, or well-wishes to the President or his staff, please use the form below.”blog comments powered by Disqus
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