Sanctions Are Dropped Against Libyan Defector (NYTimes)

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration dropped financial sanctions on Monday against the top Libyan official who fled to Britain last week, saying it hoped the move would encourage other senior aides to abandon Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, the country’s embattled leader. But the decision to unfreeze bank accounts and permit business dealings with the official, Moussa Koussa, underscored the predicament his defection poses for American and British authorities, who said on Tuesday that Scottish police and prosecutors planned to interview Mr. Koussa about the 1988 Lockerbie bombing and other issues “in the next few days.”


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  1. I’ve been researching many thngis over the www (my only source of info, as people refuse to talk to me). Hess and the D. of Kent, one aspect.I think this area is worth digging deep into.But, despite ‘knowing thngis’ I’m not getting anywhere yet. But I have eventually succeeded with a couple of ‘impossible’ items, so know to keep on plugging away, ignoring people like you moaning at me.I was given info by a German that both Hess and Bormann were working for the Brit SIS after the war. Ex-SS soldier from the Russian front. “Fe hear zings, you unterschtand…”I always thought the Sunderland Kent was in crashed after TAKEOFF from the loch. For Sunderlands were grossly underpowered, though they flew very well in the air didn’t have the power for takeoff and steep climbs (knew people who flew them). The weather was quiet good, sight good. It is more logical the plane hit a mountain trying to climb, rather than land.But, all this means Hess wasn’t on the plane, so it crashed on landing.Wind-shear. Very dangerous air-currents around hills and mountains. I suspect the plane hit wind-shear, something the pilots weren’t experienced with what with normal takeoffs being on huge flat areas of water in calm winds.What about ‘the chap with the bomb’. He got lucky, survived the crash. If he was to blow the plane it would better wait to pick up Hess and do it over the sea, jumping with a dinghy, hoping the Air-Sea find him in time.Where was plane going. Confusing re the type of Kronor used, but, expert in that area as I am, it doesn’t matter. Not as far as it’s value is concerned. After the war ANY Nordic currency would regain it’s value.I know thngis….Small pieces of jigsaw puzzles.Heard quiet talk from workmates of secret flights out in the outer islands, fishermen ordered to silence, helping mark runways for flyingboats, moving families out of their homes so people could hold meetings in them.Who had flyingboats. We did, the German’s did.Goring had good contacts in Sweden. I think it possible he not only arranged meetings for himself and (fill-in who YOU think) but …for Hitler himself.Not publically known, but I knew someone who’s father flew the big flyingboats, the 12-engined Dorniers, Hitler mostly flew around in this plane, her father’s plane, only using Auntie Annie for trips where there was no water and a small plane made a smaller target.It was possible for a Sunderland to do a return trip to Sweden on one tank. The kronor Kent had with him was to pay the fishermen and their families for their troubles. They would accept Danish and Norwegian money, all fishermen are family, they are related by marriage all over the place, even Britain, Iceland, Greenland.Is this all gibberish or is it slowly coming together into something….Oh yes, there was a German invasion attempt on the Scottish coast in early ’41 (bad weather). Can’t locate the area as everything has changed over 50 years, need better maps etc, even better go there. The Canadians were waiting for them, threw them into sea again (but took several hundred prisoners). Big bay, smaller bays on either side, railway nearby. Hard to locate on so little.What was THAT about. Couldn’t be a REAL invasion, but a short, sharp, infiltration. As big as Dieppe op, bigger maybe. Important.Big capitol ships offshore lobbing shells, they came in fishingboats etc., from Norway, it is thought.How do I know this?Well, I’m good?My uncle was there.

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