Jesus titty****ing Christ, man! For the third time:
In addition to the aforementioned impropriety that would be involved if key prosecution witness Gauci had again been payed for his submission of evidence, there were four separate issues mentioned in the report of UN observer Dr. Hans Koechler. They involved the lack of credibility of a "key" forensic witness, the claim of a retired Scottish police chief who stated that “that the CIA planted the tiny fragment of circuit board crucial in convicting a Libyan,” the lack of credibility of an FBI forensic specialist who may have had an inappropriate ideological bias, and the "mix-up of forensic evidence recovered on the ground in Lockerbie with material used during a series of test explosions in the course of the investigation." There have also been complaints by Megrahi's defense team related to the non-release of documents that may have diluted the credibility of the evidence of timer fragments found in his clothing. The source of these documents was the CIA, which insisted that they not be released. BBC News reports that these documents "may have undermined the case against Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi."