Sunday, 22 July 2012

Pan Am flight 103 and Libyan Arab Airlines flight 1103

Last week the Sunday Express ran a story to the effect that Libyan NTC head Mustafa Abdul Jalil was accusing Colonel Gaddafi of destroying a Libyan passenger aircraft (Libyan Arab Airlines flight 1103) on an internal flight in December 1992 (four years after the destruction of Pan Am flight 103 and shortly after it became known that Lockerbie investigators were now blaming Libya) in a tit-for-tat attempt to blame the West. Today's edition of the newspaper contains a follow-up article based on an interview with the widow of a British oil worker killed on the flight.


  1. MISSION LOCKERBIE, 2012. (google translation, german/english):

    Because the lies by Mustafa Jalil about the PanAm 103 bombing on the day has come, Mr Jalil had found a new "lightning rod" over the flight "LA 1103"- bizarre ?

    by Edwin Bollier, MEBO Ltd. Telecommunication, Switzerlsnd. URL:

  2. Key extract:
    "I never got his body home but years later I got his two passports back. He was an oil worker so he had two passports, as one of them was often away getting visas. The Libyan families have asked me if I will get them tested for explosive residue."

    The tests will feature in a forthcoming TV documentary for the Arabic TV network Al Jazeera.

    Mrs Prazak said: "I'm very reluctant to let them out of my hands. It could be done here but I wouldn't trust the British government to do it.

    No transparency issues there, then.

    Al Jazeera - the polonium underpants channel.