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To the EU's credit, they at least successfully lobbied for the retrial, but as you say.

I hope de Gondi or eternalcityblues will turn up, and tell us/find out if anyone is trying to press the Prodi government about this.

The other side of the equation is that, according to the article, public opinion has been whipped up in Lybia (scientific evidence dismissed as secret service spin by the victims' parents' representatives), which only adds to the governments' and the hospitals' cover-up.

*Lunatic*, n.
One whose delusions are out of fashion.

by DoDo on Tue Apr 3rd, 2007 at 07:46:29 AM EST
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To the EU's credit, they at least successfully lobbied for the retrial

Yeah but if procrastination was the regime's chosen tactic for threading themselves between the Rock of international pariahdom and the Hard Place of popular discontent, then that was the EU pushing at an open door.

What can be done now to get these medicos out of this grotesque situation? Beats me.

Regards
Luke

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by silburnl on Tue Apr 3rd, 2007 at 10:42:36 AM EST
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