It was more than2 years ago on that cruel day when the lockerbie bomber was released in a political deal from a Scottish prison on what they called "compassionate grounds" for his prostate cancer. It expected he'd die in 3 months.
But like doctors failed to determine the human truth about health condition of that person, the lockerbie bomber nearly lived for more than 3 years of "celebrated" release and freedom.
Huffington Post article and CNN article
The infamous last interview by the Lockerbie bomber saying "the truth will come out one day"
Unfortunately for the lockerbie bomber aka Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, a former Libyan intelligence office, finally died Sunday. Today, God called the bomber home in two steps of processing.
First, Abdel Baset al-Megrahi will spend some time in HELL where all of his victims will gather around him and hopefully extracting their judgment upon him for what he's done to them all when he placed that bomb on the plane and killed those upon the ground.
Then he will appear at the Great White Throne Judgment. Since no lawyers are present, God already has made his decision based upon Abdel Baset al-Megrahi's entire life. Everything that shows the lockerbie bomber's life to God will be shown, uncensored and in full view of TRUTH, according to judgment.
Then God will sentence Abdel Baset al-Megrahi to his second WORSE death: The lake of fire for eternity. There he will burn forever. Not only for his crimes, but his sins as well.
Did the Lockerbie bomber accomplish anything? Other than to see his loved ones, his celebrated country, and his friends one last time? No. He died without remorse. You see the truth never came out. He didn't stand a chance. Now he must accept his own fate for what he's done.
Reaction by the Lockerbie victims article.
If anything, the Lockerbie bomber can take some true time in hell to consider what he will say to defend himself before the Court of the King Jesus. But only thing he'll admit: "I'm lost and I'm sorry". Perhaps to that end, that will be the last true and truthful words ever utter before his pains begins in the fires.
Perhaps, it is regretful that we do not have all the truth here. But a bomber's death is justice before God. Let us hope Abdel Baset al-Megrahi will be brave enough before God and plead for mercy. The mercy he got from this world was not of his choice. Perhaps God will grant him a shred of it before the 2nd death begins.
Good-bye Lockerbie bomber, do we miss you? NOT.