“In spite of the reservations explaining the verdict itself, the guilty verdict in the case of Megrahi is particularly incomprehensible in view of the admission by the judges themselves that identification was ‘not absolute’ and that there was a mass of conflicting evidence.” Pr. Hans Köchler
Professor Hans Köchler has kindly sent me a couple of links to some of his work as a U.N. Observer at the Lockerbie Trial.
You will find them in the “Resources Page” (under Documents)
THE LOCKERBIE TRIAL AND THE RULE OF LAW (National Law School of India Review, 2009)
THE LOCKERBIE TRIAL: DOCUMENTS RELATED TO THE I.P.O. OBSERVER MISSION (2002)