I would make the conclusion that you are deliberately trying to dodge the acceptance that your fleet was just destroyed and that you'll have to return to planet Agna with no achievements at all.
#1 can't be a failure by definition, and even if we are to go blunt and assume that it is a failure it is because #2 had rudely taken #1's role without even asking for a permission.If #2 was a failure, it was because #1 was a failure also. You never made any particularly sound claim to begin with, so there was really no need to issue a sound rebuttal. All you did was claim that Megrahi was guilty merely by virtue of his legal conviction and ignore the contentions that had arisen about the nature and alleged deficiencies of his trial. You continue to do so even now.
Well fortunately your concerns were in vain.So am I. Based on the length of your responses (despite their lack of content)I was concerned that there might be some misimpression that you were informed about the case.
My apparent confusion is in Mexico on a vacation and is obviously not here to breed any kind of fallacy.No, that's merely a fallacy bred by your apparent confusion. If I'd merely mentioned that there was a complaint by a UN official without offering further elaboration, you might have a point. However, I instead offered detailed criticisms of alleged deficiencies in Megrahi's trial that you chose not to respond to. Their source wasn't even relevant to their validity.
Perhaps your apparent confusion needs to take a vacation as well, as it started confusing your apparent logic.
Constitutions are for weaklings anyway, a democracy can work well with unwritten values and key-laws.If there was no legitimate risk of him engaging in violent or threatening actions, then he perhaps should be, especially if any trial would simply result in acquittal anyway. In the U.S., we have a Constitutional prohibition of "double jeopardy." I know that you unfortunately don't live in a democratic country with a Constitution, so you'd perhaps be unaware of this.
Yeah, that damned legal system, let's just throw it away and use whatever else we have in store.Which one? Considering the many irrationalities of the legal system itself, your claims seem to be contradictory.
Oh right, that would be.. nothing.