New suspects named in Lockerbie case

Tripoli, 5 February 2013:

Police in the UK have named seven Libyans suspected of conspiring to blow up Pan Am Flight 103 in 1988, which killed 270 people.

The suspects are all believed to have worked for the Jamahiriya Security Organisation (JSO). A 2009 request to interview these men was denied by the former regime.

At least two of these suspects are believed to have been killed during the revolution.

It is understood that the police are also interested in talking to Qaddafi’s spy chief Abdullah Al-Senussi, currently awaiting trial for crimes committed under the dictatorship . . .

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