Category Archives: Lockerbie

Was The Lockerbie Key Evidence Antedated?

Q   — Well, I understood you to tell us that these were contemporaneous notes that you prepared as you were carrying out your examinations; is that right? A   — Yes.  But presumably our definitions of “contemporaneous” are different. Testimony of … Continue reading

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A Letter from Lockerbie Investigator George Thomson

“As an afterthought I think that had the original Scottish Police Investigators obeyed their political masters by introducing the fragment into the chain of evidence in or around December 1989 then they may have got away with the deception but … Continue reading

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Remembering Lockerbie (Dec 21 1988) — The Saga of Pan Am 103 Told by the People Themselves

 “I regard the Lockerbie verdict against Megrahi as a ‘Grand Monument to Human Stupidity’.  Indeed, the written opinion of the Lockerbie judges is a remarkable document that claims an ‘honoured place in the history of British miscarriages of justice.’ If the … Continue reading

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PT/35(b) — How was the Lockerbie Key Evidence Forged? [UPDATE & Comments]

“Could the CIA have planted the evidence? I don’t know. No one ever came to me and said, ‘Now we can go for the Libyans’, it was never as straightforward as that. The CIA was extremely subtle. For me the … Continue reading

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Frank Duggan (April 15 1938 – November 1 2017) — The PCAST Missing Data [Lockerbie]

“By all accounts, Frank Duggan was a good man, a man who recovered from years of alcoholism and who sincerely fought for the American victims of Pan Am 103. But he was perhaps rather naive when it came to the … Continue reading

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PT/35(b) — How was the Lockerbie Key Evidence Forged?

“Without PT/35(b), there would have been no indictment.” Richard Marquise — FBI Agent who led the US side of the Lockerbie investigation “I regard the Lockerbie verdict against Megrahi as a ‘Grand Monument to Human Stupidity’.  Indeed, the written opinion of … Continue reading

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Lockerbie — A Quick Note on the ‘Imperfections’ of PT/35(b) [IMPORTANT UPDATE]

“I am asked what characteristics led us to this conclusion. I would say the layout of the circuit was the same. There were also imperfections in the circuit itself which were observable in the photograph from Scotland and also in … Continue reading

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Lockerbie — A Quick Note on the ‘Imperfections’ of PT/35(b)

“I am asked what characteristics led us to this conclusion. I would say the layout of the circuit was the same. There were also imperfections in the circuit itself which were observable in the photograph from Scotland and also in … Continue reading

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies — Overview

“Governments lie. They do it all the time. And, much as we’d like to believe otherwise, the US government is no exception. There were times when we may have believed otherwise. But after Vietnam and Watergate, we know better.” Ted … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Lockerbie : Key Witness Is Dead

“I personally hope that Tony is in a better place and that he is now at peace because he must have led a tortured life knowing that he had jailed an innocent man for money.” George Thomson — Lockerbie Investigator … Continue reading

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