This may sound harsh to those who lost loved ones in the Lockerbie bombing of the PanAm flight in 1988.
I'm not happy about the release of Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi.
I also don't think it's worth going after this story any longer. We've heard a number of iterations from Scotland as to why he was released. It was for humanitarian reasons and in accordance with Scottish law.
And no matter how much we cover the release of al-Megrahi, it won't bring back the many innocent people who died on that flight.
Besides, I would rather focus on stories like this one where the U.S. has systematically held, jailed and tortured more people than I would care to count--or could count, for that matter, since we still have no idea of all the identities of suspected terrorists detained since 9/11.